Can't tell about the plants but that sure is a little cutie-pie.I know sometimes newly planted plants will wilt, but these are really wilting and if they’re dying I want to remove. I’m not sure what one of them is, but the other is dwarf grass.
I use fluval stratum and I have an bad led light that same with the tank but I added a Topfin LED that is actually really bright. The substrate is only two weeks old. Could the light be too strong?Yes, they are dying either due to heat during transportation or not having enough light in your tank or something else...
Are you using soil or black gravel?
The LED light is pretty bright, but says 2 watts. It’s on for 8 hours a day. I don’t use fertilizer because I have the Fluval spectrum substrate. However if y’all think I need more I also have root tabs and Seachem flourish on handWe need all the data please. Light info (spectrum?, duration daily?). Any ferts, and if yes, which?
Thank you very muchThe photo has 280 lm as "lumen range," some members might be able to explain this, I've never bothered with lumen but it is to do with intensity. Watts by the way is not much of an indicator of light intensity esp with LED. Watts is the amount of energy a tube/bulb/unit uses to produce the light. Back in the days when all light was incandescent and then fluorescent came along, watts was more of an indicator because everything was much the same, but today with energy efficient lighting it loses its meaning.
On the fertilizer, I've no idea how effective the substrate may be. But aquatic plants take up some nutrient solely via the leaves, others via roots, others both. If you think there is a plant growth problem, using a comprehensive liquid may help.