Can you post close up photos of the plants that aren't growing?
surprised no one has said anything about his stocking... way overstocked imo and fish that shouldn't be living together. also some of the tank is too small for.I have a 60 Gal Tall that has been set up since 8/2012, I cant seem to get my plants to grow.
40 W Lifeguard UV Sterilizer QL-40,
Fluval 306 External Canister Filter,
Fluval QI A-850 Air Pump,
Hydor Theo 300 W heater
Aquatic Life T5 6000k 54 W AV Light
Seachem Flourish™ comprehensive plant supplement (Once a Month),
Seachem Flourish Excel™ bioavailable organic carbon (Twice a week)
Two Red Tail Sharks,
Two Common Plecostomus,
Two Roseline Sharks,
Two Blue Gouramis,
Two White Gouramis,
Three Pictus Catfish,
Three Clown Loaches,
Three Zebra loach,
Three Parrot Fish
Temperament: The red tailed black shark can be an aggressive fish. This fish often fights or harasses other red tail sharks. It is highly recommended to house only one of this species unless you have a very large tank. The red-tailed-shark should not be kept with extremely docile or peaceful fish. The red tail shark is a territorial fish that will chase other fish away from their territory or become aggressive during feeding. Some fish-keepers have had great luck with their red tail shark, so it all depends on the individual fish.
From: http://www.keepingtropicalfish.co.uk/fish-database/red-tailed-shark/Tankmates: It is highly recommended to keep only one labeo bicolor per tank. Depending on each individual fish, most redtail sharks will harass smaller, more peaceful fish. Many cichlid keepers keep redtail sharks in their tank because they can hold their own with some more aggressive fish. Do not keep red tail black sharks with other bottom dwelling fish such as cory cats. They will compete for the same territory and food.