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Old 07-02-2022, 01:02 PM   #1
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very good and thank you very much for receiving me in this forum, the truth is that I am not that experienced in planted aquarium issues and I am having problems with my plants, for some reason despite being healthy, not having wilted leaves or bad color, my plants break from the base, only the stem breaks and I can't figure out why, it happens to all my plants and I don't know what to do about it, if anyone could help me I would greatly appreciate it. I use a fluval brand fertilized substrate and the light would be approximately 22 watts for the entire aquarium, which is a 10 gallon, as for fish I have a betta, 4 guppies and a snail, the values ​​in the fish tank are perfect and the nitrates are good.
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The plants look very healthy. See where the roots are extending from the node? Replant the stem with those roots under the gravel. You shouldn’t have any problems after that.
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Im gonna try, thank you so much!
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Why is the reason of that? Is it something about plants that i need to know? The roots are the cut point for plants?
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