04-02-2011, 03:24 PM
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My Echinodorus Tenellus finally decided to grow some runners after a whole month of reverting from its emersed form to its submerged form.
I dose fertilisers daily and I only have a 30 watt flourescent for a 50 gallon (considered low-light), so lighting probably isn't the issue in your case.
Just be patient. I went through at least 3 other foreground plant species which should have sent out runners in my setup but failed to do so nonetheless.
I'm just annoyed because I planted my Echinodorus Tenellus in the midground, thinking it would retain the length of its emersed form, but that's another story entirely.
Do your research (and I mean a lot of research) and be patient, most of all. If there's one thing that's underrated in the fish keeping hobby, it's patience.