For heaven's sake leave the rest of us some solo cups to use as they were originally intended
If you used the large Solo cups, like you should, this would not be an issue!
Getting reading to trim a few plants but I mentioned some pics.
About the best FTS I'm getting @ the moment.
Didiplis is looking much better, nicer top with orange seed pods all over.
Way too many reds but so be it.
Rotala magenta is no longer on strike.
Rotala bossii is new to me but almost all emersed growth is gone.
Reckon I should revive the dosing thread to include my new strategy.
The pics are weak but I'm not going to play with the phone too much.
The reds look terrible in the pics but great in the tank.
E.diversifolia not doing much yet, it was a very poor specimen.
R.bossii may be a real keeper, wider spread than wallichii.
Lotus blossum we shall see how this does long term.
Red cross was another poor specimen but may pull through, new growth so far?
Furcata that was green/purple has already turned red on top.
S.belem was a nice specimen, I'll need to spread it out more.
Tulunadensis, hoping I can still revive this down to 6 stems.
Ammannia senegalensis is one stem in the BDBS only, it is not a happy stem.
Regardless it was only a test and I can get a handful of stems back from a local aquarist.
Should have never bought more plants but I didn't think the recovery would work out so well.
I've used no more algaecide since my last mention.
Never did the weekly dose I spoke of.
Haven't touched the glass since the last diatom filter usage weeks ago.
Haven't changed water since that time either other than a few quarts in my tray while trimming.
Eheim 350 skimmer I would recommend to anyone.
No more surface scum and a gentle flow across the front of tank.
One more 50% WC will get the 75G down to 20ppm NO3, it will happen this weekend.
33G trim down is working well but @ the bottom of the list.
Now off to filling little solo cups with soil!