The nano Diorama aquascape looks much better now that I have fixed the “soil erosion” that happened at the bottom left of the tank.
After about 40 weeks, I had to remove one type of plant from this tank but everything else is growing well in this nano Iwagumi tank.
You know those dioramas that resembles a scene in nature like mountains and etc.? Here’s my first attempt at a nano Diorama aquascape.
Overall, I’m impressed with most of the plants that are growing in my nano Dutch tank now and I’m looking forward to their full potential.
Algae is under control in my nano Ryoboku tank after I adjusted the lights and used Seachem Excel. Overgrown plants will need a trim soon.
The green algae in my nano Iwagumi tank kind of went away by itself after reducing the light intensity but in its place comes brown algae.
Lower light intensity seems to help for the moss that was turning brown but it also led to lesser green algae in this nano shrimp tank.
To be honest, I have a vague idea of a Dutch style tank. Nonetheless, I’m giving it a try with this nano Dutch tank and I hope you like it.
Other than chemical warfare, the lights on this nano Ryoboku tank has also been modified to get rid of algae. Let’s see if this works.
Finally, after 24 weeks, I modified my LED lights to reduce its intensity for the nano Iwagumi tank. Let’s see if it’ll help reduce algae.