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ayman.roshdy

Slopping Mountain

This one is even worse than the first one!
The intention was to have a slopping mountain, I used this time some aquas soil, it was very good but it kept sliding down that the mountain I was intending failed at the end
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Ayman Roshdy
Date
May 1, 2021
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Aquarium volume
120 Liters
Lighting
Very cheap LED
CO2 added?
  1. No
Substrate
Aqua Soil (Chinese version that didn't have even an Eng;ish translation on its bag)
Fertilizer
I assumed that the aqua soil has some nutrients in it, but not sure!
Hardscape
None
Plants
Low tech stem plants mainly

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