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What plants will look good in a 37 g. tank
|Posted 13-Apr-2010 00:23|
Small Fry with Ketchup
37 doesn't have much room to it so the best thing to do is stick with only a few plants.
How much light you have will determine what type of plants you go for high, mid or low light plants. Light needs are usually determined by how many watts per gallon you have. So however many fluorescent watts divided by how many gallons are in the tank. Anything below 2wpg is considered in the low range, anything above 2wpg and you need to start supplementing CO2.
Easiest plants to start with IMO is java fern on some driftwood.
|Posted 13-Apr-2010 23:21|
You will want to decide what you have, and what you want
to do with it (so to speak). As Babel suggests, determine
what your total wattage is and then divide that by the
capacity of the tank, and that will give you the wpg.
While not always the best criteria, it works quite well.
Once you figure out what amount of light you have then
go to a site such as this: http://www.tropica.com/default.asp
Set the filter for plants in the appropriate wpg value
and start reading. For ideas on what to do with that tank
I would suggest that you look at this site, and choose the
appropriate category of tank size.
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