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What is wrong with my Java Fern
Hey, I have some java fern, where the leaves are starting to look weird, as if it had algue or something, can anyone help?
Agree. Anubias is very slow-growing, among plants, and this plus its tougher leaves seems to attract algae, especially brush and beard algae, readily. Anubias grows best in indirect light, such as when shaded by floating or overhanging plants.
Byron Hosking, BMus, MA
Vancouver, BC, Canada
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