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Re: [APD] water changes and CO2/non CO2 methods
I am amazed at the fact that we are able to send human beings into outer
space, split the atom, and uncover the secret laws of the universe, and
yet we cannot figure out why algae grows or doesn't grow in a planted
I find that a little hard to swallow, especially given all the people in
the world with degrees in botany and plant biology, etc., etc. People
in the planted tank community may not have unraveled the mysteries of
algae but I'm pretty sure someone somewhere knows exactly what makes
algae grow, or not. I think.
Liz Wilhite wrote:
> On 1/29/06, Jerry Baker <jerry at bakerweb_biz> wrote:
>> S. Hieber wrote:
>> Agreed. The fact that there are so many ways to successfully grow plants
>> says to me that there is a lot we don't know. There is an objective
>> truth out there -- a recipe guaranteed to grow plants well and algae not
>> so well. The problem is we don't yet know enough to say exactly what
>> that recipe is.
> I disagree. I think there are many recipes out there for what works. There
> are many balance points.
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