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  1. Summary: I have a set up that Im using to grow house plants in with the gold fish. I am using a smaller ten gallon tank as a grow tank because when I tried growing plants with the fish they saw them as a meal and ate all the roots. My current set up is here: Final Tank Set Up. Question: Based on my current set up is there a way to cycle more water through the system? I am thinking about drilling holes in the tanks to help the water flow from tank to tank.I could then use a pump to cycle water rather than an equalizer tune. The equalizer tube doesn't seem to be transferring enough water. If you test the water temperature they are roughly the same so I know that water is cycling between the tanks. I would like to come up with a better simpler way to do this however I'm a little apprehensive about drilling a hole through the side of my tank to improve water flow. I've never drilled glass and I don't want to screw anything up.
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