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Old 09-14-2011, 06:32 PM   #1
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excel sensitive plants

What all plants are sensitive to excel?

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Old 09-15-2011, 07:01 PM   #2
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I just started using it and all my crystalwort turned yellow and shriveled up. The Java moss and Cabomba are loving it.
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Crystalwort as in riccia? I know vals and anacharis are sensitive and will melt.
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Old 09-15-2011, 07:45 PM   #4
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Yep, riccia.
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That plant is a pain IMO
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Italian Vals or all Vals for that matter I've herd react badly to Excel.
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Yeah, I have Italian vals. I'm getting a big plant package online and thinking about dosing excel but need to know what all plant react bad to it.
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I was going to start Excel, but herd that it melts the **** out of Vals, so I never bought it.
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What if you dose a lil bit away from the sensitive plants? Gah, just remembered hornwort will also melt.
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What if you dose a lil bit away from the sensitive plants? Gah, just remembered hornwort will also melt.
Idk, like I said, after hearing it would melt my vals, I never bought it.
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Hmmm guess I'll have to take the risk and experiment myself.
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I've heard several people claim to have kept vals in excel tanks. I bet that if you slowly worked into a normal dosing routine, they would be able to adapt to it.
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Yeah I'm dose a lil in once a week.away from them and see how it goes
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