In this video i will show you how to set up a dirt dirted planted how to set up a fish tank how to set up an aquarium with live plants fish tank aquarium. This is a great how to video with vivid details. Side by side step by step how to set up an aquarium. If you wanna learn how to set up a fish tank you have come to the right place this is the best how to set up a fish tank video. I show you i use dirt first for the plant roots to absorb nutrients and i use rocks as a hardscape, hard scape is inside of the aquascape. next up we dive in with the rocks to cap the gravel i use 10 pounds of aqua terra water earth black all purpose gravel. the filter i'm using is a HOB hang on the back aqueon 20 filter the heater i'm going to use is a tetra which will be replaced by a eheim heater lighting right now will be power come packed screw in bulbs probably lights of america you can find them at your local walmart. i will switch to a better lighting system, probably odyssea lights t5 ho bulbs. witha 6,500 k and a pink plant bulb with 48 watts on the aquarium. 24 watts in each bulb. I will get my live aquarium plants next in the video, and we will start the video off with a betta that i got from walmart years ago to cycle the tank, this is going to be his home other fish in the tank will be cardinal tetras otto cat fish and possibly shrimp undecided on what specides. if you have any questions on how to set up a fish tank how to set up an aquarium how to set up a pond how to set up a dirt tank let me know. co2 is vital in your aquarium for plants mostly red or asian plants need more CO2 then amazon plants. You will need to feed them through their roots and give them a good substrate either flourite seachem or miracle grow dirt. and you will need to feed them some micro and macro elements trace elements . comment rate and subscribe thank you god bless
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