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Old 06-11-2012, 09:30 PM   #11
 
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OK, I guess I will just see how my plants are doing. I've just got java moss which is very slowly growing, anibias which do sprout new green leaves.. and my pennywort has recently been losing some leaves, but I've been pulling it out of the tank each time I'm adding or removing other plants so I think that's the main issue. It doesn't grow like a weed while floating in my tank, but certainly much faster than the other plants.
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Old 06-12-2012, 09:41 AM   #12
 
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OK, I guess I will just see how my plants are doing. I've just got java moss which is very slowly growing, anibias which do sprout new green leaves.. and my pennywort has recently been losing some leaves, but I've been pulling it out of the tank each time I'm adding or removing other plants so I think that's the main issue. It doesn't grow like a weed while floating in my tank, but certainly much faster than the other plants.
It's sometimes hard to put things in words; and it is true that with experience (time) one gets to recognize things fairly quickly. So I can't offer much more at present. Keep an eye on things. Plants do go through rest phases and perid of increased growth sometimes. On the Pennywort, a photo of the leaves may help me to see something.

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Old 06-18-2012, 04:27 AM   #13
 
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