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Re: [APD] Planted tank with no fish
You're kidding right??? They really won't let you have fish? Even most
university dorms will allow you to have fish. I imagine you could keep a tank
without fish, you would just have to pay extra attention to your nutrient
supplementation. Personally I would keep fish anyway and if they complained I
would just tell them where to get off. Either way, the first time you see a
cockroach, you better raise hell with them... remember "pets" aren't allowed.
Sorry man, good luck.
Quoting W C <iceman_78_98 at yahoo_com>:
> I understand that aquatic plants rely a lot on the
> nutrients found in fish wastes to grow and survive. I
> was wondering if plants can thrive in a aquarium tank
> with no fish in it. If it is possible then what
> supplements will I need to supply in order to
> compensate for the lack of fish?
> The only reason I ask this is because my apartment
> doesn't allow pets whatsoever. But they didn't say I
> couldn't have a planted tank :)
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