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.
Started feeding the shrimps in my nano shrimp tanks with frozen bloodworms. Hoping the change in diet will help them grow and breed.
The plants in my nano Ryoboku tank are growing quite fast but they seem to be covered by diatoms. Some algae spotted here and there too.
Getting much lesser algae in my nano Iwagumi tank. The other good news is that I’ve observed berried shrimps and spotted some shrimplets.
More than half a year has passed since I set up this nano shrimp tank. Although the shrimp are surviving they are not thriving, yet.
Almost all plants are doing well in my nano Ryoboku tank after four weeks. The Alternanthera melted but I had them replaced with a new pot.
Multiple prong attack on the green hair algae has produced much better results in my nano Iwagumi tank. Once cleared, I hope to add fishes.
This batch of shrimps in my nano shrimp tank has been around for about half a year but their size remains small and I’m getting concerned.