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post #71 of (permalink) Old 12-04-2012, 02:47 PM
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Originally Posted by dmagerl View Post
Its been roughly 6 weeks so I thought I post another picture. Scroll up a few postings to see the original picture just after planting.

I actually stopped the test in the corner of the tank and did the entire tank in STS. I've gotten more growth in these 6 weeks than in 6 months with Flourite. Fertilization is with aquariumplants.com root tabs CO2 too. Lighting is 25 umols

There was a Sword in the background of the first pic. I pulled it up and replanted with a smaller one and its now happily sending leaves out.

There's no sign or crumbling or disintegration of the STS. I really like this stuff.
Hi dmagerl,

Wow, nice improvement in the last 6 weeks; thanks for the update!

Roy
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