I have a few tropical waterlily in my 29 gallon with my angelfish. The leafs have grow big but are kinda see through and I have only a few that have reached the top. The top leafs are usually just bad looking, deformed or get spots on them that turn a transparent brownish color then start to decay. Now it's happening to my larger leafs. (the hideous spots) A few of my other plants are doing it to.
I have substrate, a mix of red and black flourish. On top is a riverbed substrate gravel.
I fertilize with seachem flourish. But! Not very often in fears of over fertilizing and destroying my plants (that's what I have heard anyways) when I do fertilize my plans I only put about 3 drops in a 29 gallon because the guy told me it's very potent stuff.
I know for a fact none of my fish are harming my plants.
Lighting is a led
light. But I feel as though the lighting is inadequate. So I am going to be purchasing a new light very soon. A coralife 6,500k high output full spectrum light. I think that light would be more than enough.
Anything else I missed?
What's going on?