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Old 04-07-2017, 08:52 PM   #1
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New jungle val

I just got some new jungle val in my 20g. A couple of the leaves are breaking off and seemed rotted. I trimmed them. Do I just need to be patient. I heard these taken a couple weeks to acclimate.
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Patience. They melt if you look at them wrong. And if you use excel or h2o2.
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I have been using seachem flourish
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They should be fine. Even if the whole plant sags to the ground and start to Rot away be patient it WILL spring back. A lot of people see them melt and just toss them away and say "they didn't grow" but they will they are just very fragile to change

And as said above they are sensitive to excel and h2o2 so if u plan to dose either start very low and work your way up
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