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Dragon Stone Middle Island
ayman.roshdy

Dragon Stone Middle Island

This is a middle island structure created using dragon stone, the dragon stone was very hard to clean but at the end it turned out to be very nice, the red plants to the right were high tech and turned green at the end with the very little liquid ferts I used, but the other plants were low tech
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Ayman Roshdy
Date
Dec 1, 2021
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Aquarium volume
120 Liters
Lighting
2 LED Strips, ~2400 Lumen each
CO2 added?
  1. No
Substrate
Gravel with Tetra InitialSticks root tabs
Fertilizer
Tetra InitialSticks root tabs & local liquid ferts
Hardscape
Dragon Stone
Plants
Mainly low tech stem plants

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