3 weeks later now.
I dont what would be considered fast growth for Wisteria but I can see growth everyday and after 3 weeks of watching it grow I can tell it is doing much better with the eco-complete substrate and not just feeding off itself.
The anacharis stems were put into the tank a few days after the Wisteria as cuttings about 2-1/2 inches long. You can see the small leaves at the bottom of the plant and how the new growth gradually gets bigger and more dense towards the top. The small leaves are from growing in my previous setup.
The clump of brown moss is java moss that was dying in the other setup. There is some green I am hoping will come back to life.
I have a question! On the lower leaves of the wisteria and on the silicone tubing in the far right of the picture are small brown tubes. In the pic they just look like brown lines but I noticed there is no brown algae around the lines. They have a small worm like creature inside of them feeding on the brown algae! Do you know what they could be? I have small green flies in another of my tanks could this been the larval form?
Last edited by Smertrios; 01-20-2013 at 09:35 PM.
Reason: edited for content about flies