That's algae, just clip the leaf below the affected area and discard.
Thanks Tom, my CO2 is at 30ppm go higher than that?plantbrain said:Do not remove and uproot this plant, it hates it more than most any other aquatic plants.
Try a squirt of H2O2 and that will kill the BBA. Increase your CO2 also.
See post on H2O2 spot cleaning.
A couple of mls and turn off the filters/current etc in the tank and apply some slowly to the area infested.
You can also use a small bag to cover the area infested and then add the H2O2 to that and prevent it from dissolution as fast.
Can you re-word this please. I check and dose every other day. Nitrates have never gone below 5 ppm in the last 2 months. PO4 is 1-2 ppm the 2 not by my intent. CO2 I only measure around 5 PM daily and it is right at the 30 ppm around 6.6 on the pH and 70 ppm KH.Maurici said:I Think it could be a response of a disequilibrium for increase of phosphates, can be?
Is that in this forum because I could not find it?plantbrain said:See post on H2O2 spot cleaning.