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post #9 of (permalink) Old 02-27-2006, 06:27 AM
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Lookin' good. I'd also say to give the Wisteria some time. I have it also and sometimes after I majorly prune it, it takes soem time to recover, but watch out! I've let it go a couple weeks without trimming before and it tends to literally take over the entire front/middle area on the left side of my 20g, completely blocking my foreground (glosso) of light. You need to stay on top of it. Good growth on everything though -- your anachris grows bent over and I'm not sure if that's natural for it to do that, but my cabomba always did the same thing, so I dunno...As one of the previous people said...just wait until you need something bigger and better for your Co2 system! (pressurized, I mean). When I started with plants, I first used the 2 liter bottle yeast mixture, then after a year or so, I broke down and bought a 10 lb Co2 canister and cheap regulator/needle valve combo. Then, a few years later, I bought a nicer one with a bubble counter and solenoid that I use today Watching the plants grow faster from Co2 injection gets addicting. Way to go and good luck!
-Ryan

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