First off, here is a picture of my tank.
1/2 tsp KN03 - M,W,F
1/8 tsp KH2P04 - M,W,F
1/8 tsp K2S04 - M,W,F
1/8 (10ml) Trace Elements - T,R,Sat
50% weekly water change - M
~KH 16 degrees
~PH 7.0 (tested at lights out when the CO2 kicks off too)
96W 6,700K - 9.5 Hrs
130W 10,000K - 2 Hrs
7 Brilliant Rasboras
10+ Cherry Red
Most of the plants are growing pretty well. They are not growing out of the tank like they used to but all seem quite healthy with a slower growth rate.
The only ones that are not showing any signs of growth is the section of Wisteria on the far left side of the tank away from the CO2 and filter.
Might this have to do with having less water flow in that section of the tank leading to less CO2 over there?
I am also starting to get some BBA growing on some of the slower growers like the Java ferns, Anubias, and Crypts. Along with the BBA I am gettings some random growth of a long dark stringy algea that pops up here and there normaly around Java fern on the right side.
~Should I up my CO2 more to try and get rid of the BBA?
~Could my Ferts be off?
~Does water flow have a part in this?
~Would the lack of plant growth from the Wisteria mean less plant mass to light/ferts ratio?
Any ideas or thoughts are more than welcome. Thanks in advance!