Thank you. I think it has to be algae because even if the soil was sipping through, shouldn't get this cloudy and this color. I did a 1/4 of water change yesterday. Will do another later this week.This is looking good. Don't worry about the cloudiness, to me it looks like algae and I see that happening very often in new tanks. Just change the water every time it gets too thick (so that it does not choke your plants), and as plants take over the tank you will need less frequent water changes. No need to start trying to adjust light at this point, just be patient.
Anyways, inspecting each plant, i can see some bottom leaves have either turned yellow or died but all plants overall seem to have some growth.
Cryptocorines had 1 leaf each that turned yellow and died. The rest seem to be ok.
Vallisneria is thriving. Only 1 leaf was turning yellow on the top and it stopped. 3-4 leaves already at top of tank.
Monte carlo I thought it was stunned...since it's not super green but not very yellow...yet, i just saw 2-3 sprouts on different places.
Two stems of the guppy gras are already as high as the valls. I will trim and replant!
Anubia is very green, and the roots seem to be moving down looking for the soil.
One of the dwarf Saggs had a few brown leaves but both are doing well. I don't know how quick or slow it grows, but it doesn't seem to be growing as the others.
Luwidgia, lobelia cardinalis and reineki? (Now I'm not sure) they all seem fine and growing but not with the super red color 2 of them had.
Overall I'm happy with the progress. Obviously I'm impatient and I wish to have a forest/jungle already but I'm reminding myself patience is key.
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