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Little-Fizz 12-07-2007 05:25 AM

Nitrites and plants?
 
Hey everybody, just wondering, I want to go out and get some live plants tonight. Not sure what kind. More than likely whatever is cheapest and in the moderate lighting area. But I want to put these in my cycling 28 gallon. I'll go do another test... Awesome, it appears the water change I did yesterday helped greatly. Ammonia 0ppm,Nitrite levels are .25ppm. Nitrates 20ppm. I don't know much about plants, just that they need light. What says ye? Should I go ahead and put whatever plant I get in there, and it probably won't effect it greatly. Or wait till the cycle is finished?

Unrulyevil 12-07-2007 11:51 AM

You dont have to wait. You can get plants any time. Get Amazon Sword.

Little-Fizz 12-07-2007 02:48 PM

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Originally Posted by Unrulyevil
You dont have to wait. You can get plants any time. Get Amazon Sword.

Cool thanks, I was thinking some amazon sword, last time I was at my lfs they had those and they were huge! And kinda of expensive. But we'll see.

scottysgirl 12-07-2007 04:34 PM

Just so you know amazon swords can quickly get out of control huge. I have a couple in my 29 gallon and even with a lot of trimming they are still almost too big


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