06-26-2012, 02:30 PM
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Originally Posted by Chris7
I add Seachem's Comprehensive Plant Supplement, about once a week. I've also noticed the ones in my 10 gallon are doing good, the pics are from my 25 gallon. I wonder If it's not enough light, because now that I look closer my Water Sprite is growing more and starting to shade the Hygrophila?
My H. corymbosa turned identical to yours, and i finally got rid of it. in my case, I had assumed light was the main culprit, but now i am inclined to think nutrients also were a factor. But this is a high light requiring plant, as most stem plants are. My Wisteria turned exactly the same.
What light is over the 25g? And while we're on it, what is the GH of your tap water?