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Hi all I have a 29g planted aquarium with one Oranda and two BN plecos. For plants I have; -assorted vals -3 medium sized anubias -3 varying aponogeton -2 dwarf lilies -3 tiger lotus lilies -1 windelov fern -9 banana lilies -2 amazon swords -2 moss sculptures I don't currently have any fertilizers for my tank, nor do I have very good lighting. I was reading on another topic about the GLA Estimative Index fertilizers, and I was wondering if they'd work for my tank? My plants aren't growing very well and I'd like to boost the green to the next level. Any plant/fert help is appreciated. Thanks! E
Hey everyone, I feel pretty bad about writing this thread but I am making the decision to get rid of my 29 gallon and also my two little fish. I only want one tank, it's all i really have room for as the house is pretty crowded as it is. As you all know also, goldfish get very big and I know that the 29 gallon will not be a proper tank size for them in the long run. I don't have room to upgrade. I have my desired set up right now, which is my 40 gallon breeder and my lovely orandas which I'm sure you all have seen. I'm wanting to put all my fish energy into this tank and these fish and I feel like the 29 gallon is being neglected. That also goes with working two jobs and being a full time student, there's not enough time I should have really thought about this when I bought more fish and a second tank, but I didn't. Of course I'm not going to hand them off to just anyone, which is why I am asking you guys on Kokos first. I am in San Diego county but I would be willing to drive or meet half way if you are further. I need to find a home for Scott who is an orange oranda, he isn't very big but he is growing very fast and very well. And Zelda, she is a red capped fantail. I'm starting to think she is a ribbon tail. I also need to find a home for my 29 gallon tank. It's practically brand new. I'd like to sell it, but I would be willing to hand off everything for free to someone on Kokos if it means they are going to a good home (or perhaps a nice big pond? ) Zelda: Scott: Tank: Let me know if any of you are interested