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Ok so if someone is going to grow only amazon swords, I know these are low light and root feeders. So if you had a good substrate like eco complete and had a little over 1 watt per gallon, could you grow a lot of amazon swords?? or would the light be to low for the low light swords
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They would grow, but growth would be slower.


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They would not grow to well, they like high light. Low light would make them
grow long skinny leaves.
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I've grown Amazon's easily with only 2 wpg.
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I've grown Amazon's easily with only 2 wpg.
I agree. I have grown them very large with a little over 2 wpg. 2.36 wpg to be exact.

I have one now that is putting off leaves larger than my hand.

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