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Old 01-21-2020, 02:35 PM   #31 (permalink)
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Order a big bottle of Seachem iron..watch it explode and the leaves go deep green and glossy.
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Emergent plants really intrigue me. Like it adds another layer of dimension and visual interest.

I've got a bottle of Seachem Iron & Seachem Flourish. Even though my tank is dirted (sand cap), I have noticed these 2 products help, especially after the tank gets a few years old. How often do you dose the iron?

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As the grand daughter would say..Go Girl! or with you the cool abbreviated, GGG!
I tell you..use Iron gluconate,and it might help to buy Potassium gluconate from Seachem OR Pharmacy..in tablets and probably 200x less expensive. If I ever find iron gluconate in pills at health stores,thats worth a try too.
The Syngonium will soon GG, get richer looking and thicker leaves..and glossy. It will look BETTER than any plant in a pot at the nurseries. I promise!
I'm to the point that fancy soils,and all the other additives are needless. Iron..maybe potassium. That's it. As long as they are in gluconate form.

One more..my houseplants have improved since I started using the dosed aquarium water on them. Great stuff!
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@Stan510 Hi! Just wanted to show you an update to my garden! Using Seachem Iron & Flourish at recommended doseage every other day. Thought I'd put a few "small" impatiens cuttings in there and look what happened!

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