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.
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.
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.
Getting much lesser algae in my nano Iwagumi tank. The other good news is that I’ve observed berried shrimps and spotted some shrimplets.
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.
12 weeks after setting up my nano Iwagumi tank and I’m still battling hair algae. I’ve made changes that will hopefully improve things.
At eight weeks, a full carpet of HC is almost there for my nano Iwagumi tank. The other two plants are still growing slowly, though.
It’s amazing what CO₂ injection can do in a matter of four weeks. Looking at the growth rate in my nano Iwagumi tank, I think I’m hooked.
I’ve always wanted a high-tech nano Iwagumi tank. After months of planning, I finally set it up and this is what it looks like step-by-step.