Greeting From Singapore =D Help with a diy tub pond

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  1. Joshua Chen

    Joshua Chen New Seed

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    Hey Guys,

    Came across this site as I was surfing the web, I've been running a diy tub pond for months now and everything seems fine in terms of ph/gh/ammonia and nitrates etc.

    Problem is, each time I purchase plants they either get eaten up or die which I can't comprehend as to why.

    The only successful plant I've managed to keep was elodea. which has been running for months now.

    Here's a picture of when I first started and the pond as it is currently.

    Btw I only keep guppies in that pond right now and the substrate I'm using is aquarium soil.
    Any suggestions would be thoroughly helpful. :) Thanks in advance !!!

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  2. Frank

    Frank GardenStew Founder Staff Member Administrator

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    Hi Joshua, so almost everything died? That's such a shame. I wonder if it's related to the quality of the water, pH?
     

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