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Hello,
I have a 20 gallon high planted tank, 60 watts of fluorescent lighting, the nutrafin co2 fermentation kit, and i dose with the regular pps pro regime. (one bottle of mixture with csm+b, and bottle of of mixture with KNO3, K2SO4, KH2PO4, and MgSO4.) I recently switched from using just regular flourish.

Before the fertilizer switch they were doing really bad, but they are doing better now. The thing is, some of my plants are starting to turn brown on the very edge of the leaves(hygrophila difformis, and water sprite.) The other plants in my tank are hygrophila corymbosa "kompact", echinodorous bleheri, didpilis diandra. they are doing okay, except for the diandra with was in bad shape when i bought it, but it is slowly growing more greenage.

So i was wondering what is causing the brown edges. also, if anyone notices something that is wrong with my setup, please tell me.
 

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i cant afford a co2 system, would it help to have a second diy setup? also, i just bought some plants online and some require high light. would i still be able to keep these? how much light am i able to have?
 
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