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Originally Posted by Jill90 View Post
Anubias is a shade plant, and yellowing usually if not always means the light is too intense. I would remove one of the fixtures. With NO [thanks Quantum] two tubes is more than enough over a natural setup; I only have one T8 tube over my 33g. An 8=hour day is fine, or should be.
With Eco-Complete, once a week dose with Flourish Comp should be sufficient. As you do have the light, maybe dose it twice. Same amount (for your 36g, 1/2 teaspoon each dose, twice a week). I would remove the substrate tabs. With an enriched substrate these are not necessary. I have Flourite substrate in one tank, it is much the same as EC, and I use Flourish Comp once a week. But I have less light intensity.
Don't vacuum the substrate, the waste organics provide most of the CO2 as it is broken down by bacteria.
A photo if you can of the entire tank would help, in case there is something I'm not catching and might see. I'm wondering just what the dying leaves look like; are there brown blotches that spread, or yellowing from the edges?
Byron Hosking, BMus, MA
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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