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I was thinking about getting this plant when I realized my Ph was pretty high (8.2) and that it might not fare well in my tank. Will my high Ph be a problem?

By the way after some research the plant maximun Ph was either 7.0, 7.2, and 7.5.
 

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What about hornwort? I heard it does great in hard water. On the opposite side how would hornwort do in acidic water?

Is there any plants that will actually suffer in neutral water? (7.0)
 

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I've never kept these species~ but I do advise to float your stems if they're not doing too well. some infor on your lighting would be helpful ^_^
 

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I've never kept these species~ but I do advise to float your stems if they're not doing too well. some infor on your lighting would be helpful ^_^
Yes, floating them gets them right up at the light.

I doubt anything would suffer in neutral water. I'm not a fan of the fluffy looking plants so hornwort never made it to my list, I wasn't sad when the cabomba failed to be honest.

Jeff.
 
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