09-22-2012, 03:20 PM
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Aquarium plants without Fertilisers of any kind?
Is it possible to grow plants in an Aquarium without any kind of liquid fertiliser, nutritious substrate or Co2 input? (If not, I will buy myself some Seacheam Flourish). And also, are there any plants you would recommend that are easy to maintain? and are excellent plants for beginner planters?
I'm currently using a combination of 2 bulbs, a Life-Glo 20W T8 24inch Bulb and a Power-Glo 20W T8 24inch bulb.
I am also keeping fish in the tank (All of which are Live-barers apart from my Pleco). Other information:
I'm using a sand substrate with an internal filter, and the only plants I currently have in there is some Moss and Moss balls, the Moss is attached to some driftwood, and my Moss balls are currently sitting in a breeder box near the top of my tank just so they can grab abit of extra light (as I've only just bought them and they are rather quite small).
Last edited by Dawes; 09-22-2012 at 03:37 PM..