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Is my tank "Heavily planted" - Algae issues
Old 11-06-2013, 05:23 AM   #11
 
well i went out of town for 10 days and this was right after treating for ich. killed most of my plants at the time. I had to remove all water lettuce, wisteria, and ludwigia. I have replanted (pics in my 20 tall profile) with bacopa, moneywort, crypt spiralis, crypt parva and madagascar lace. I am still getting the diatoms and only dose root tabs for the sword and lace. co2 runs with my lights (6.5 hours a day). any suggestions where to go from here. LFS recommended RO but after reading in to it, it sounds a little scary. thanks guys.
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