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Re: [APD] RE: Lull in the Hemi, Gloss and tennellus growth
It really sounds like low PO4.
But also NO3, but given you are adding these, doing large water changes, it
would not hurt to add a touch more either correct? Same for CO2 and the
traces, GH checks out.
Just try that, if that does not work, we will approach things from another
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> [Original Message]
> From: Philippe Lemaire <philippe_lemaire at CompaqNet.be>
> To: <tcbiii at earthlink_net>; aquatic plants digest
<aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
> Date: 3/24/2005 3:25:20 PM
> Subject: Re: [APD] RE: Lull in the Hemi, Gloss and tennellus growth
> Thomas Barr wrote:
> > If you add plenty, excess nutrients, this no longer
> > is why I give honestly excessive and rich suggestions.
> > It targets all cases and plant species, not just a specific tank.
> > An aquarist can then later lower the rate down till they hit a negative
> > growth effect. Then add a touch more or keep adding much more excess if
> > they wish as their default.
> > Regards,
> > Tom Barr
> I can understand...
> So, in my tank the most difficult plants to grow are glosso's and anubia
> Worst is H. zosterifoliae but this one escapes more easily to complete
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