Tex!! You HAVE to see the flower! If you can, raise the lights when the bloom gets to the surface; your lights may fry the flower. It is definitely worth seeing, at least once!
Don - Well I sure would like to see the flower. :humble: Do you have a px?Tex!! You HAVE to see the flower! If you can, raise the lights when the bloom gets to the surface; your lights may fry the flower. It is definitely worth seeing, at least once!
Do you dose liquid or dry ferts? I'm not sure if that would be a factor, but I know when I dosed liquids, I found (using the fertilator) that I actually needed 3x the amounts of what was recommended. I have since switched to dry ferts and use EI. I also have pressurized CO2, but the Marsilea grew well for me with DIY as well. I've got moderately high light (2.6 - 3.2 WPG depending on how you dice it) . The Marsilea will grow into my shaded spots and not be as thick, but it stills stays a nice, lush green.I think i'm the only one that can't get marselia to grow well. How do you get yours to carpet so well and turn a nice dark green? I have decent lighting, dose ferts, and have DIY co2 but i just can't get it to grow well.
Great tank by the way-i'm going to start following it for sure.
The rainbows didn't eat the Blyxa (that I know of...although I was never able to grow it well) . I wound up giving them away because they were too spastic. They DID eat all my duckweed and red-root floater.what happened to your rainbows?did they eat the Blyxa japonica?and your bleeding heart looks like sick..