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First check calcium levels. Most books mention the fact that it
does prefer more of this element. I have found this to be so.
The water does not have to be alkaline. Anacharis is probably
less flexible when it comes to pH and alkalinity.

Jay Dike said...

>Thanks for the on and off-list replies.  The hornwort I have
>experimented with typically is left floating and tends to slowly turn
>brown and loose leaves.  Pretty much the same thing with the
>egeria/anacharis.  I'm going to experiment a bit with some
>supplemental dosing and monitoring and see what happens.

Dave Whittaker
ac554 at FreeNet_Carleton.ca