I'm really loving the Dutch-like sorting of plants. If anyone is wondering, the Alternanthera Reineckii is the plant in the back left, the Downoi is on the back right, the Anubias Nana is on the rocks, the Blyxa Japonica is behind the rock on the right, the Java Ferns, Bolbitis, and Hygro. Pinn. is on the wood, the Rotala Butterfly is behind the wood, the compact Hygro is at the base of the wood, the HC is at the front right and middle, and the Hydrocoytle sp. Japan is in the front left.
Also, a bit of the H. Pinnatifida is transitioning to emersed:
I'd never seen those fert bottles before. So i looked them up.
The manufacturer says 'Over 50% stronger than most competing products'.
How do you rate them?
This is my first time using it, but the lfs owner recommends it and uses it on his personal tanks and the show tanks. I suppose since it is stronger, I have to dose less, which means it lasts longer. I am using them with green Brighty step 2, but I may drop ADA and use this company, because their products get you more bang for the buck, but I'll have to see how it performs first.