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Getting into my first planted tank -Questions and Resources
I started browsing /plantedtank
around a month ago and it sparked my interest - I have read a bunch of guides on getting setup, as I want to be successful. The purpose of this post is to not only help others who are interested, but also for me to ask questions.
First off, I want to list what I have done so far, starting with just a 20 gallon tank, a thermometer, and some rocks that my sister gave me.
For research I used a ton of different guides A
, Substrate Guide
, All Around Substrate FAQ
, as I have read that there is no "One" way to do a correct tank.
After doing a bit of research, and browsing other newbie posts, I ended up buying the rest of my aquarium setup through a couple of sites (mainly amazon). I also plan on doing a fishless cycle, and my current interest for fish are mainly either Shrimp, or Tetras and some shrimp.
I ordered these last night, so I don't have any of the above yet. I ended up purchasing the larger filter as a safety in case I want to upgrade my tank size in the future.
First I just built my table because that is really all I can do at the moment.
I ended up just doing a quick sketch in sketchup of a potential table: View
. The final product was basically this, but I ended up rotating it- using the 28" length to raise it up a couple more inches, and this also fit the tank length much better.
My materials for making the table were:
- 2 -(2x4 x 12') boards cut into 8 - 24" length, 4- 20" length, and 1 - 16" length.
- Around 50-60 screws
- 1- 4'x2' (1/4") board for the top and bottom
- I already owned a drill and saw.
After constructing the table, I received the fish tank when my sister came to visit me, and am now at the "cleaning stage" as it was an already used tank. Questions:
- The used tank has some calcite ( I assume ) build up near the top of the tank. I have been using the advised White Vinegar to try to clean it, and put it on overnight, yet to no avail it is still there as if I have done nothing. I have been cleaning it with paper towels, and even the soft side of a scotchbright pad.
- I started cleaning the gravel I was given and it seems like regardless how many times I clean it, after stirring up the gravel for a minute it always begins to get cloudy. I have read that the case may be because there are a lot of heavy minerals in my water which I cannot do yet as I haven't received the test kit. Does anyone have any ideas? Or should I just used the substrate I ordered online and throw the gravel out? My plan was to use some of the gravel as more of a cosmetic feature and to help reach the 3" mark if the 20 lb back was not enough.
- I have yet to get a 100% answer on the type of ammonia to use for cycling, the general consensus is to use only 100% from Ace Hardware (unavailable in my area), but I have found a site that says just about most brands are ok.. What do ya'll actually suggest? I have heard the Shrimp / fish food method ends up being incredibly smelly so I was avoiding that.
- Should I be building a DIY C02 for this tank? I haven't decided 100% on plants quite yet, but I will be using some beginner ones no doubt.
- I have read both that I NEED an air stone, but also that I can just have the filter up an inch or so to produce bubbles. Any suggestions?
I appreciate your time and look forward to your responses! Thanks!
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