03-23-2013, 10:59 AM
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Originally Posted by JDM
Nothing... Not sure how you got that I was going to try it.... what ever I might have mentioned was only aimed at the fact that, if I thought it would be a benefit, I would not be opposed to the cost, complexity or monitoring.
I'm only selecting plants that will or may be ok in moderate light and no CO2. I don't mind failures, so I might push it, but I've only really had one so far, Cabomba something-or-other and I really like the lower light plants anyway. I'm going to look at a a bunch of crypts this weekend to help out with my catfish... all low light obviously.
DSM, not going there.
I would highly recommend looking into it. many plants do just fine in medium light when established. like, hc in low tech? NP, Dry Start it :3 it's very simple process that simply requires the tank to not be stocked anf flooded for a month or so.