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Offline thekillerqueen

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Plants no longer surviving
« on: February 14, 2021, 04:53:13 pm »
2 years ago my tank was flourishing with healthy plants. They grew that much and spread too quickly that I had to cut some back (see top 2 photos)

However since then, they no longer spread and any new plants I put in just go brown and die. I’ve tried various plants from shrubs to mother plants.

Nothing in the tank has changed; the water levels etc are all the same. I have tried the root tabs, the liquid feed and C02 liquid booster, but nothing stops the plants dying. I am now left with one plant, and one by my filter that is now dying. (See bottom pic)

How can a thriving tank suddenly change?




I want my tank back!

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