I recently put Water Lettuce in a 20L and it is THRIVING. I absolutely love the look of the roots, but it's already clear that I need to take efforts to keep it in check otherwise this will be pretty much a Water Lettuce Only tank.
What I'd love to do is have Water Lettuce growing in the back...
Ok guys, I have been lurking here looking for answers and my head is going to explode!
I have a 60+ gallon 48"L x 13"W x 24"H. I also have some dwarf water lettuce that is growing at a super snail pace if at all. They are the only plants I have right now maybe a planted substrate in the future...
I am overrun by Water Lettuce (Pistia stratiotes), Java Moss, guppy grass (Najas guadalupensis) and Anacharis (Elodea or Egeria). The water lettuce is tank raised and is a magnificent tank cleaner, In the tank it stays smaller, huge root system, and it spreads very well. I just put some outside...
Hey all! I'm new here and this is my very first planted tank!
10 gallon (standard) tank
50 watt heater
Aqueon QuietFlow 10
Coralife 24” T5
DIY CO2 fed into a Hagen Mini Elite in tank filter for diffusion
EI fert dosing