03-04-2013, 02:13 PM
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Originally Posted by JDM
Talk about underplaying it, that makes it sound like there are three to choose from.
I will agree in principle but how many options in plants do you need? I'm at 13 species in low light with ferts doing well. Only the extremely high light stuff might not thrive and the ones that NEED CO2 I think is a pretty short list.
No argument intended, just sometimes simpler is... well... simpler.
I don't recall mentioning any specific numbers... Let's say theoretically if with high light, ferts, and CO2, you have 100 options for plants, and in low light, no ferts and no CO2 you have 99, my statement still holds true. My point was simply that it would be easier to choose the best viable plant options if we had more details...