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Old 04-03-2013, 07:51 AM   #1
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Can glosso grow in my tank?


So I have a 10 gal. and it was 3wpg. Par is 35 in the substrate. Putting osmocote as ferts. With diy co2.
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Old 04-03-2013, 10:14 AM   #2
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sure. the only challenge you may have with glosso are tank inhabitants which may uproot it... otherwise its a relatively unfussy carpet plant. definitely feed the substrate to encourage low growth as it would otherwise not have the attractive low demeanor
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My inhabitants are angels, gouramis, guppies, danios, neons and 1 catfish. the catfish likes to stay upside down on my DW. Doesn't like to stay in my substarte though.
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Should be fine - make sure to trim often (it'll help train it to spread out, not up). I'm running a 3wpg 10g and it grew super tall until it adapted after mass trimmings.
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Yeah, Its like the fast version of marsilea. Their leaves look quite same in carpet. Thanks guys!
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