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Old 02-27-2012, 06:02 AM   #1 (permalink)
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Default Strong Spraybar Flow bad for plants?

I have spraybars on each end of the tank. Before I start planting, I was just wondering if there are certain plants that absolutely do poorly if placed in the tank where the water flow is the strongest?

I will be planting, Ludwigia brevipes and peploides, Rotatla sp. Green, Rotala sp. Singapore, Pellia, Java Fern big and narrow leaf, Echinodorus bleheri, anubias mini, Bacopa monnieri and some riccia.
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Default Re: Strong Spraybar Flow bad for plants?

No, as long as they're anchored well, there's not really a problem. Most see to like it.

Ludwigia peploides does not make a good aquarium plant. Any part that's under water is just on its way up, and once it gets there, there's no going back.
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