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Marsilea Quadrifolias

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Ok dont know if I am posting this in the correct forum but any help will be greatly appreciated. I recently purchased Marsilea Quadrifolias (four leaf clover) and it has been 1.5 months now and there is no growth. The only noticable change is that the leaves and stems are turning brown. I am not injecting CO2 and using low light. Any suggestions / input on what i may be doing wrong?
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If it’s turning brown, most likely it's dying. This is a very very very slow growing plant in low light and no co2 condition. But if you provide enough light with CO2, it will take off like no tomorrow. A very manageable foreground plant IMO.
I second TNguyen's comment about too little light. Plants don't usually go brown unless the light isn't intense enough. Post some of your tank specs and maintenance.
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