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Old 01-08-2013, 01:11 PM   #23
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Originally Posted by roadmaster View Post
Well Algaefix and/or excel,, are reported to have negative effect on a few species of plant's.And although you performed largish water changes since,,,the water changes Would in my view,, only remove what was left in the water/tank,, not that which leaves of plant's may have absorbed.
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Originally Posted by chad320 View Post
Before I even got to the end of this thread I was thinking, that's exactly what Excel does to my crypts. That's it without a doubt in my mind. Algae fix doesn't do that to Crypts.
I could see that since crypts are slow grower. I will monitor the crypts on the new growth to see if the new leaves will be back to normal.
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