- Feb 16, 2008
- Reaction score
🐠 The poll is open for the February TOTM! 🐠
🏆 Click here to Vote! 🏆
I've got used to it. I had to turn my lights down from 100% to 60%. Otherwise I start getting hair algae on the Anubias leaves. I also don't mind the duckweed now. Still haven't managed to eradicate it but without the frogbit for it to stick to I can just swoosh a net through the tank before water change and only ever have a few stragglers.Looking good Sean. Are you missing the frobit? I thinned my water sprite out yesterday just a little and the difference in light in the tank was massive.
I bet you could certainly tell the difference when you took the frogbit out
I'm going to guess at nana. When I redid the tank 3 1/2 years ago I used to divide it regularly and glue the new bits to an empty spot on the wood, its actually lots of plants rather than one big one. It does grow much faster when newly cut. Be warned this is a super low light tank and there is some healthy BBA on some of the leaves. Never bothered trying to clean them because it is quite a low level and there is no BBA anywhere else in the tank. As you can see on the spray bar and HOB there is some algae in the tank but not enough that I have ever needed to do anything about it. Been really lucky with the balance in this tank, I probably only wipe the glass once a month and have never had to remove algae. This one is in the living room, the neighbours always assume I spend hours on it but I really don't.Yeah looking amazing! Love the anubias on the wood what kind is it? And do you know how old it is? I want a lot of anubias in a tank soon but want to work out my expectations haha!