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Simple question. Have any of you ever had to get rid of your floaters or at least remove large portions of them because they were consuming too many nutrients that would otherwise benefit the rest of your plants? I'm just wondering if this is a common issue because it seems that my floaters have benefited from my switch to EI dosing more than my stem plants have. My rotala and wisteria simply haven't seen the boost in growth that I was expecting, and while I know that other factors are involved (too much light and not enough CO2), I still think that I need to consider getting rid of my floaters or culling them extensively.