05-24-2009, 10:03 PM
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If you don't wanna use the ammonia dropping fish food flakes will also help promote bacteria growth. Little bits at a time. the cabomba is dying because its probably shocked. plants, like fish, work better if acclimated. The light, i do not think is sufficient but i could be wrong. Ive had cabomba before and the plant is ver sensitive to changes in water parameters. When i moved mien it browned and 50% of them died. The other 50% adapted and grew fine. Give the plant some time to adjust. IF the plant start decaying and dissolving in your tank, you may want to remove it. However, in your current situation, since you are cycling, the rooting plants might help your cycle. after your tank is stable, rotting plants should always be trimmed and dead ones removed.