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I have Fluval co2 and use all in one fertilizer in my 7 gallons. I also use Fluval stratum. I was wondering of an easy red plant that I can use to spruce up my tank. No crypts caus I have them.
 

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Ludwigia super red and rotala come to mind.
With lot of light, not ferts and no CO2 in a gravel capped dirt substrate my Super red ludwigia is growing like crazy. Faster than my hornwort, money wort, etc. I think I am going to have to remove some of it from my tank as it is too think after being in there for less than a month.
 

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Agree with the other posts. I'm not using CO2, but have good light and a dirted tank, the ludwigia and rotala are growing pretty well. I am dosing Thrive S, I think that's what it's called, but very little amounts once a week. The other red stem plant I have is Hygrophila Rosanervig and it's also thriving.
 
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