09-16-2012, 03:24 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
If you can give me some details, I may have some solutions. Two T8 6500K tubes over a 55g are sufficient light for all but the fussiest of plants--fussy meaning some of the substrate "carpet" types and some stem plants.
What tubes do you have now, how old are they?
What fertilizers are you using and how often?
What is the substrate?
What is the GH of your tap water? And the tank pH? And temperature?
And last, what plant species, and fish?
Sorry for so many questions, but all these are related, and just as a doctor can't diagnose being "sick" without knowing the symptoms, neither can we.
I have 2 32 watt. I dont know what k but it says 1k on it but i dont find that likely. I dont know how old but id say a few months or so.
I was using macro micro 3 teaspoons a day and excel, but was told to stop bc i was told it was too much for my lighting.
Sand with organic miracle grow in some places.
Dont know gh, ph is 7.8, and its around 80.
I have abrusia, purple cabomba, wisteria, ludwigia repens, anubius, dwarf sagitaria, salvinia minima, and this plant i forget the name of. I have 6 angelfish, 2 rams, 1 festivum, 3 syno petricola, and 2 bristlenose plecos. Posted via Mobile Device