11-18-2012, 05:17 PM
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Originally Posted by Byron
Yes, there may be much more here. Can you describe your light in detail. And, aside from the substrate, are you adding any fertilizers and if so, which and how often?
New plants often lose the existing leaves which is fine provided new leaves are appearing. This is due to a couple of factors; how they are propagated by the nursery, and the simple fact of different water parameters/light. I would like to know the answer to the above questions though, as the initial setback can become permanent if light/nutrients are not sufficient. A photo of the tank might help too.
I have a Glo T5 HO Linear Fluorescent Lighting System Single bulb with a Coralife 80413 6700K T-5 High Output Fluorescent Lamp, 39-Watt bulb.
This has not always been a planted tank but has been for quite a few month's now.
I have the seachem flourish tabs that I just put in a few weeks ago as well as the liquid version.
The sword has died back multiple times and always ends up turing brown.