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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #1158
- To: <Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com>
- Subject: Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #1158
- From: Thomas Barr <tcbiii at earthlink_net>
- Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 19:15:24 -0700
- In-Reply-To: <200107171948.f6HJmFY12408 at actwin_com>
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Stargrass and E. diersilfolia is the closest thing I've seen yet. But that's
So the answer if you do regular water changes is no. If you suspect it
simply do more water changes and rebuild your nutrient back up to good
> Date: Tue, 17 Jul 2001 09:23:53 EDT
> From: Jcwheel76 at aol_com
> Subject: Allelopathy
> Is allelopathy a real concern in our tanks? I was reading one of our trusted
> tomes this morning, and I came on a large section about allelopathic chemicals
> and how different plants are toxic to each other as a defense mechanism.....
> I checked the archives and krib, and found almost as many posts that poo-pooed
> as well as agree with these findings.
Show me one that is a fact and I'll keep them together to prove it wrong. I
likely have already:)
> I'm sure that there is much validity to this stuff, but is there any reason
> why I shouldn't plant Vals and Sags in the same tank (just for example)?
> John Wheeler