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Old 01-04-2005, 01:57 PM   #1
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Anubias Nana turning brown


I recently bought an A. nana plant from an LBS. The LBS had all their plants under low light conditions. It's been in my tank about 2 weeks under 2.25 wpg lighting w/o much shade. The leaves are turning brown (so are the one on my crypt. lutea, but i'm not as worried about that). My other plants: cabomba, R. indica, ludwigia replens, java fern, and baby tears are all kicking butt. are the leaves burning, or is this okay under the stronger lighting conditions?
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Old 01-04-2005, 10:00 PM   #2
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the leaves should not be burning, i keep mine in 3.5 wpg and it grows very nicely... are you burying the rhizome in the gravel?
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the leaves should not be burning, i keep mine in 3.5 wpg and it grows very nicely... are you burying the rhizome in the gravel?
Should anubias rhizomes be buried or left in the water column?

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you should NEVER bury their rhizome, it will rot and kill the plant. Keep it about 1/2 to an inch above the gravel, so you can see some roots, and it'll show you love
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i have it sitting in a nook in my driftwood. actually, it's a moot point. it's algae.
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Old 01-05-2005, 05:12 AM   #6
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I have mine under 4.2 wpg in a 33gal, its growing like wild fire.
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