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  1. Algae
    Hey Peeps, Just checking in to see if anyone can lead me in the right direction. Have always had problems with algae of all sorts. Today is BBA. I'm wondering do I have enough light? or too much? Should I reduce the time I leave the lights on? Should I be using ferts? What are your...
  2. General Aquarium Plants Discussions
    Hi guys, I am brand new to the forum, and have come across this site for reference in the past. It's been very helpful. A little bit of background: I have kept saltwater fish with corals, freshwater fish, shrimp, and brackish water fish about 10 years ago (then gave up the hobby when I moved...
  3. Cryptocorynes
    I have had my 7.5 gal cube up and running since early July. Lighting is the 10 bulb LED solar flare mini. The livestock is 10 adult blue velvet shrimp + babies. Since the initial planting everything seems to have been growing very well up until about a week ago. About a week ago my crypts...
  4. Fertilizing
    I have a 38g tank with 2wpg of t5-ho. I noticed some of the plants aren't doing so well so I was looking into EI dosing with dry ferts. I will also possibly be adding another light to the tank to get about 4wpg. My question is, can I run JUST excel to provide the necessary carbon levels to my...
  5. General Aquarium Plants Discussions
    I was wondering if any of the plant gurus could shed any light on my rooting problems. I have a 46 gal lighting 1 x 96 watt 6700k and one 96 w combo 6700/10000k lamps 10 hours / day , flourite/pea gravel/first layer laterite substrate, pressurized CO2 - 2 bubbles/sec 'EI' fertilization...
  6. New to Planted Aquariums
    Hello all of APC! I have been into planted tanks for a couple of months now, but my little starter tank is having problems that seem most like deficiencies (yellowing/browning of leaves and very little growth if any). I would like to know if it would be okay to slowly introduce each fert...
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