Tank Size – 300L
Fish Kept – Tropical
Filtration – external
Lighting – tube
Heating – 300w
Rocks – N/A
Plants/Corals – Plants
Substrate – N/A
Description – I originally started with a 70l fish tank and it was only a matter of time before I upgraded. When first setting up my 300l I had a lot of problems, this being because I mainly had fake plants. I started a fresh with mostly real plants and bog wood. A water change every 1-2 weeks to and everything is perfect. Now I have no casualty and my fish stay active and grow quite healthy in size. Remember to have bottom feeders and algae eaters. They will help keep your tank clean 🙂 do not over feed and keep your lights on 6-8 hours a day. These methods have worked wonders for our tank.
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