Just have a short simple (I hope) question.
I’m currently dealing with a case of ich in my tank and I’m going along calmly with heat treatment and regular gravel vacs. I started with a teaspoon of aquarium salt in a 10 gallon, and learnt it was a silly mistake. But I guess my gravel vacs and WC the past 4-5 days would have removed that tiny amount. Tank is at 30-31 C at the moment
I noticed one of my plant (pic attached) floated up so I tried to root it down again only to realise the bottom of the plant (which was in the substrate) turned all soft and got squished by my tweezers. I cut off the lower part of the stem and planted it back in.
It hasn’t grown root yet at the bottom (which is now weird considering it’s over 2 weeks and all my other plants are well rooted in). Though to be fair the plant is growing taller and growing roots from the middle parts of the stem
I don’t quite know the species of this plant so I thought I asked. Is this meant to be an underwater plant? Could heat be the reason? Just a little curious, I doubt (or hope) it isn’t anything too serious
I recently also purchased Seachem Flourish. Just did a first dose a couple of days ago.