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Author Topic: a1oxtb juwel rio 125 upgrade  (Read 1068 times)

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Re: a1oxtb juwel rio 125 upgrade
« Reply #15 on: July 28, 2013, 09:45:53 pm »
Cheers, no I'll look them up. The spray bar in my tank fires the food all over the tank so flakes spread out quite well.


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    Re: a1oxtb juwel rio 125 upgrade
    « Reply #16 on: July 28, 2013, 10:31:32 pm »
    Fair play.  Also im not sure so dont quote me and I dont feed my rams this but live brine shrimp are good aswell
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    Re: a1oxtb juwel rio 125 upgrade
    « Reply #17 on: August 20, 2013, 03:22:04 pm »
    been away for a week and let the tank slip a bit.

    no pics as yet but had a few problems...

    My red tiger lotus has died down - it flourished in my smaller tank so I think lighting is an issue?

    I put some camboba in there and what hasn't floated to the top has just been left as stems in the sand? - has something eaten it or is it down to poor lighting again?

    My male ram has died  *bye3* readings are all good so not sure what has happened? the female is alive and well and looking very healthy!! .... do I need to replace him??? 

    i'm going to purchase some new bulbs so can someone recommend a pair for a rio 125 for good plant growth? along with a digital timer, am I right to keep them on for 8-9hrs per day? they are on for much more then this at the moment but they are a weak orange light as apposed to a bright white light (I prefer a bright white light)

    i want to get some good healthy growth again before upping my stock.

    Its funny because i think i am more into the plant growth than the fish stock at the moment.