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  1. #31


    0 Not allowed!
    Not really. Nearly all grass- like plants require high lighting and CO2. I recently invested in some that were supposed to be able to grow in Moderate lights and not doing well at under under my new Nova light.

    Low lighting does not mean low light like stock lights, BTW. When speaking of low light plants, it means 1-2 watts of planted tank lights, not the hood lights that come on your tank. Those are only for us to view the fish, not for growing much of anything altho a few have been lucky enough to grow a few things like anubias or java fern. (Not in my case.)
    Last edited by Lady Hobbs; 01-13-2012 at 10:53 AM.

  2. #32

    Join Date
    Jul 2010
    Somewhere Between Heaven and Hell
    Heres for your tank and making it all pretty with your substrate and luck with cycling it  :) Sorry for misunderstanding!!! - CassieLEO 


    0 Not allowed!
    Marsilea Hirsuta would be the closest to the so called low light category that you can use in a planted tank.

    Tank 1 : 18.7 G Planted 100% Flourite : Amano Shrimps, Red Cherry Shrimps, Endlers. Guppies.
    Tank 2: 8.4 G : Planted Tank Mix of Flourite and Azoo Plant Grower. 8 Danios, Amanos (Plant Propagation Tank)
    Tank 3 : 8.4 G : Mix of Flourite and Azoo Plant Grower.6 Slender Rasboras
    Weekly Liquid Dosing of Nitrate, Potassium, Phosphate, Magnesium, CSM+B and Iron Nutrients for Plants.

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