Ok, since beginning CO2 and EI dosing, the plants seem to be doing much better. I had managed to kill off most of my original blyxa plants, but the guys that soldiered through now look like they're getting much healthier. The newer leaves are turning pretty red, too, which I guess they didn't do until now due to a lack of iron. Same deal with the marsilea. I wasn't quite able to kill that species, but it never did well until the recent additions.
Anyway, all that's great, but since adding CO2, my water has been hazy. It's really starting to annoy me, because I finally had gotten it nice and clear, as the previous pictures show. I'd greatly appreciate suggestions on beating this, because waiting it out hasn't helped much.
Here's a picture of what I'm talking about
I'm thinking it's green water now, which is a bummer. It's not real dark though, when I checked against a white cup, but that's what it looks like more than anything else. Take a look:
So, what do I do? I didn't know green water could be brought on by CO2 addition. I kind of thought that was supposed to help with algae. Any help or input would be great. It's bothering me a good bit.
Also, as an aside, I found a bunch of moss and what looks like pellia growing under my hairgrass on the substrate. I picked most of what I could out, and since it was attached to bits of Eco-Complete, I sat them on the two rocks to see if it will look nice growing on there. Well see how I feel about it in a month or so.
Long post, I know. Thanks for looking.