Nothing really worth mentioning, Just some lights, powerheads for flow, tupperware containers for overflows, a cheapo small air powered skimmer that is turned on and off depending on if I did something stupid or not, and thats it. I have a small cannister filter, but its in storage right now as I only run carbon off and on, rarely as I haven't seen any great need for it yet. And when I do run it, I don't use any trapping material (floss or sponge), its fairly low flow so the carbon just sits on the bottom of the cannister anyways. I would however like to run a phosphate binder from time to time so that I could throw even more nutrients (food) at the system. That and it might allow me to cut down on having to drag home 15 or 20 gallons of NSW when I go diving or snorkeling. Maybe in due time as everything matures more, I can do so without worry.lovely, what kind of equipment do you run??
yeah tap water is notoriously dodgy this side of the pondBut thats what funny about it, I have gone many months (due to the weather) without a water change and have only then had to resort to supplementing calcium (kalkwasser), I only do the water changes now simply because its there and its free. One of these days I am going to get up the nerve to just not do any water changes and see how long I can go, now that I got my phosphate issue dealt with (bad test kits fooling me into thinking my tap water was okay for use). I'll probably lose my cool long before my tank does though...lol
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