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Old 01-19-2013, 03:07 AM   #2
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Well different plants have adapted to where they live in nature. There is more co2 in some places than others and varying amounts of light as well. These plants have evolved to the amount of lighting and co2 in the regions where they are found to present day. The ones that couldn't grow without being full of algae died. Thats my opinion atleast

Btw- i dont think plants really grow algae free in nature lol
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