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Re: Self Introduction.

Posted: Wed Nov 29, 2017 11:40 pm
by arun71292
Thank you

Re: Self Introduction.

Posted: Thu Nov 30, 2017 9:27 am
by SCORPIO
arun71292 wrote:Am arun ,belongs to trivandrum,kerala ,currently having an internship in a small IT company near technopark,

Intersted field:
DIY aquascaping , aquatic plant keeping ,
Collecting different varieties of plants ,fish keeping


Welcome friend.

Re: Self Introduction.

Posted: Sun Dec 17, 2017 7:19 am
by Sourav Bhowmick
My journey in this hobby started with keeping molly and golfishes. As most of the people i started with a bowl at class 5 or 6. But i was not fond of decors. So i searched for plants and dumped them into the globe and thus found some native aquatic plant. Marselia minuta,water lily and potamogeton crispus are some of them. On 2014 I had my first 2.5 feeter tank. it was a community tank. later I came to know about planted tank, I had no idea that people are way moooooore crazier than me in this field, Since then I have set up exactly two 1 ft cube, a 2feeter and a small betta globe. All are planted and of course low tech. Being a student and continuing hobby is hard for me, so I always find cheap alternative and hunt for native beauties.

Re: Self Introduction.

Posted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 12:08 pm
by SCORPIO
Sourav Bhowmick wrote:My journey in this hobby started with keeping molly and golfishes. As most of the people i started with a bowl at class 5 or 6. But i was not fond of decors. So i searched for plants and dumped them into the globe and thus found some native aquatic plant. Marselia minuta,water lily and potamogeton crispus are some of them. On 2014 I had my first 2.5 feeter tank. it was a community tank. later I came to know about planted tank, I had no idea that people are way moooooore crazier than me in this field, Since then I have set up exactly two 1 ft cube, a 2feeter and a small betta globe. All are planted and of course low tech. Being a student and continuing hobby is hard for me, so I always find cheap alternative and hunt for native beauties.


Welcome Sourav.

Re: RE: Re: Self Introduction.

Posted: Mon Dec 18, 2017 10:42 pm
by sushant
Sourav Bhowmick wrote:My journey in this hobby started with keeping molly and golfishes. As most of the people i started with a bowl at class 5 or 6. But i was not fond of decors. So i searched for plants and dumped them into the globe and thus found some native aquatic plant. Marselia minuta,water lily and potamogeton crispus are some of them. On 2014 I had my first 2.5 feeter tank. it was a community tank. later I came to know about planted tank, I had no idea that people are way moooooore crazier than me in this field, Since then I have set up exactly two 1 ft cube, a 2feeter and a small betta globe. All are planted and of course low tech. Being a student and continuing hobby is hard for me, so I always find cheap alternative and hunt for native beauties.
Welcome to APZ..

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