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  1. Default low light floater


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    Hi i am looking for a floating plant that that will tolerate low light about .5 watts per gallon. I know absolutely nothing about floating plants.

    Oh and the plant should be able to stand the high current from two big bio wheels.

    thanks in advance.

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    Floating plants are only inches from the tank light so most all should do pretty well, I'd think. Not like plants on the bottom of the tank.

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    can they handle currents or should i not do floaters because of the power full out put of my two bio wheels

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    I have looked and i really like the looks of frogbit an Salvinia would they do okay in my tank with .5 watts per gallon, high ph of 8-9, and high current. I could try a diy diffuser for the current but the bio wheels are so big the current might still be strong. could i keep both of the plants i mentioned together?

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