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HTH - Hope that helps
TL;DR - Too long - Didn't read <---great for over complicated replies to simple questions ;)
low or fluctuating CO2 - or poor flow -
If it's on anubius, it might want shading to, as I don't think they can handle high growth rates,...
Ahhh got you! Daily dosing is always better - so you could split X in to 5,6,7 etc no problem - If you want to dose more up in the EI range you...
I'm not sure I understand? The answer is in your question [IMG] - x per week, although it does give you the opportunity to adjust it and see the...
Here's a link to the All-In-One plant food calculator that will show you how to make your own plant food similar to the more expensive brand...
I think you're mixing up your GH and KH's there [IMG]
The secret to that conundrum is don't try to grow algae. Research says that if you feed algae it will enhance growth. So feed the plant instead. [IMG]
They're always too bright for the given CO2 and nutrients.
You'll usually see a lot of stuff about spectrums because it sounds more sciency than...
I don't think I'll ever stop getting asked if plant foods contain copper, but wrote a short post and calculator table so you can see how your...
Might be worth mentioning that a plant flowering isn't always a sign of health.
If you believe in Darwin it can be a sign of things going tits up...
I've updated the Estimative Index Dosing Calculator on the site.
Cheers pal. It'll be more whizzy with real time comparison graphs etc but got my hands full at the moment.
Thrown together a new Aquarium Plant Food calculator site - It covers most of the basic methods and will be updated as I go along. If it doesn't...
Easy E.I. Calc here too if you want to adjust anything in the future. [IMG]
Yeah the cyanobacteria thing - If you've got rotting debris on the surface the bacteria will love it, breaking it down in to plant food - if it's...
Vaccing is good husbandry IMO - I can see his point but poor husbandry could lead to Cyanobacteria which is a headache you don't need.
What Daize said.
And if you don't use CO2 - dose about 1/3 E.I.
Osmocote in an icecube - Push under substrate. [IMG]
A DIY version of This review on PFK
Aye, that's the bit that concerns me lol - But I don't do plant identification. :/
Can any plant experts identify it? Is it a true aquatic?