> 1 tablespoon of non-iodized salt per gallon of water
> added to the aquarium (started this about 2 months
> ago, before the new plants, but well after my
> similar problems with the amazon and vallis.
This is a very high salt concentration. In my experience, it is guaranteed
to melt many plants. Amazons and vals are more tolerant of salt; that's one
reason they're the only plants that survive in my goldfish tanks.
Try keeping your salt concentration no higher than 1 tsp per gallon. IMHO,
that seems to be the cut-off point.
Is there a reason you put so much salt into your tank?
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