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Old 01-16-2018, 07:21 AM   #1
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Will my plants survive in these conditions

I have just bought a new tank.
Susbstarte: Fluval plant stratum
Co2: Don't have co2 and aren't planing to
Ferts: using flourish and flourish excel
Light: finnex planted plus 24/7, sits 12" from substrate
Plants: java fern, blyxa japonica, anubias, and crypta parva
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They will. You will need to play with the lighting though. The MAX setting is too high as are the peaks from the 24/7 mode if you are not pumping CO2 in there.
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You might want to look into other fertilizers too.

Flourish provides hardly any Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium, the three most used plant nutrients. (macro nutrients)
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You might want to look into other fertilizers too.

Flourish provides hardly any Nitrogen, Phosphorous and Potassium, the three most used plant nutrients. (macro nutrients)
+1, huge difference from when I switched, to the op I switched last week to thrive all in one liquid and my plants literally had new growth 2 days later.
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