I have a 72g bowfront that I have had running since September. I have 2 54 T5's (7 Hours Per day), CO2, PH controller, EI doseing, and the plants are growing at an amazing rate. I trim at once a week.
I have Angelfish and a couple swords, cory cats and a betta.
My foreground plants have grown so tall the blocked the middle and background plants. They are Dwarf Saggitania. This stuff has taken over a corner of my tank! It grew to tall and I tried to trim it and then then ends where I cut looked dead in some places.
I would like to take this and get a foreground plant that will stay at about 3-4" and fill in like a carpet, I know everyones dream.
Will taking this much up at one time change the numbers in my tank and stress my angels?? I thought I read somewhere that removing plants caused a change in amonia since it stirred up the substrate..
Can I add some more echo complete before I replant?
I'm still reasearching foreground plants... Any suggestions?
Thanks for any help you can give this beginner..