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Old 12-11-2006, 10:35 PM   #1
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delicate plants....

I noticed some of my plants are delicate to the touch . Sometimes If I touch em leaves will fall off .. sometimes leaves will fall off by itself . Whats going on here ?
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What kind of plants? How are they growing?
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Old 12-11-2006, 10:49 PM   #3
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What kind of plants? How are they growing?
well i used to have the plants but not anymore but they were ....

moneywort and bonocupa ( i think thats how u spell it ) ....

i also have some java ferns at the base of it where the rhziome and the roots meet .. there is always some white matter just sitting there everytime i clean it it always comes back ... 8O
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They are dying from not enough light especially seeing your post above...
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They are dying from not enough light especially seeing your post above...
i guess i should go with low light or moderate light until i get a better bulb ?????
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What is your current wattage?
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What is your current wattage?
18 watt thats the biggest i can find ... 20 gal
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18 watt thats the biggest i can find ... 20 gal
you could pick up a glass top and run multiple 18 watt bulbs over the tank.
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What is your current wattage?
18 watt thats the biggest i can find ... 20 gal
you could pick up a glass top and run multiple 18 watt bulbs over the tank.
ya i was plannin on buying a glass top ....... if i did it ur way i wouldnt have to buy a strip light with 2 sockets ?? hmm .... how do i run multiple 18 watt bulbs over the top ??
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18 watt thats the biggest i can find ... 20 gal
you could pick up a glass top and run multiple 18 watt bulbs over the tank.
ya i was plannin on buying a glass top ....... if i did it ur way i wouldnt have to buy a strip light with 2 sockets ?? hmm .... how do i run multiple 18 watt bulbs over the top ??
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