Nice I'm looking forward to seeing this project. Never heard of a high tech filterless setup before
Looks awesome so far. I will follow this build even though I'm a reef guy. Your tanks are wicked!
Thanks! Stay tuned for when it's planted!I love it! Dragonstone is my favorite. Going to be following this too
Curiosity will progress us further! Most aquarist will suggest running filters on any tank - which is true, it does provide good bio + mechanical filtration and the ability to have chemical filtration when needed.the rock placement is nice. Depending on what your planting, some spots in between the back row of rocks may prove difficult to plant. But yeah I like the way you have it arranged
I'm still wondering how your going to run this filter-less. Everything I've read and experienced suggests that good filtration and good flow are essential for a high tech tank. I'm not criticizing your methods as even from the brief chats we've had it's obvious that your knowledge and experience with planted tanks far out weighs mine, I'm just curious is all.
Thanks man, the price wasn't much of a concern, I just personally liked the 45x45cm for the height. However, this size is growing on me, it's my cube - just 80% longer lol.Dude really nice! I'm glad you spent a bit more to get the 50x50cm to fit the stand perfectly.
Thanks man! I'm not liking it now that it's flooded, but I'm sure once it fills in I'll start liking it more.That's crazy flow defult. Most guys go for a turnover of 10x that's around 50x. You're in saltwater territory bud.
The plant and rock placement looks really good btw