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plant tips are going brown/.do i have too many fish.
hi guys hope everyone is good and tanks are looking cool .
i have a question about my plants ,the one i need a answer for is like grass but much longer (well because it aint been mowed )lol. the tips of this plant well about the top 2 inches have gone brown.. iam useing a home made co2 yeast system a bubble per sec with a diffuser and ive been adding plant food once a week ,my ammonia and nitrite levels are 0 and my fish all seem healthy.my other plants seem to be showing good growth and look healthy . also my tank is 190 ltrs and i have 1 elephant nose fish /12 neons /2 loach /8 guppys /1 knife fish/5 zebra danios/3 goby's /5 red shrimp/2 balloon mollies/and 5 other tetra.the biggest fish i have is a knife fish he is 1 and half inch long,do u think my tank is over stocked,i have about 15 plants ... many thanks for ur help..
Assuming it's Vallisneria, or E. Tenellus.. but regardless, it's probably fertiliser imbalance. Go get some flourish comprehensive.
You can take the DIY co2 out. with a lot of fish, they produce plenty of CO2.
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