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duckweed is pretty small and can make a big mess with a hob filter. might want to consider hornwort.
im nto big on the appearance of the hornwoart or have I heard its great at shielding light/sucking up excess nutrients/ extremely fast grower. I may have to make some type of flow baffle for my hob. but im looking into some dwarf water lettuce duckeweed, frogbit and maybe just maybe some water hysenthia. just not sure about the crazy long draping roots but then again might give a neat looking appearance in the tank.
Originally Posted by MoneyMitch View Post
Total years fish keeping experience: 7 months, can't start counting in years for a while yet.
The shotgun approach to a planted tank with an LED fixture
Small scale nitrogen cycle with a jar, water and fish food; no substrate, filter etc
ok so wisteria and hornowart are related how? I think your missing the point why I choose those specific species I mentioned. I need dense light diffusion/blocking and extremely fast growing which = super fast nutrient uptake. not to mention I like the appearance of the selsected species. hornwort not so much and to top it off its coldwater plant I run 80 in my African tank
you mentioned wisteria is not fast growing, I never said anything about wisteria maybe im confused? either way things are looking up and the water is clearning up little by little. its nice to see the tank improving instead of another type of algae
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