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I have a pretty straightforward question - If my dry start Monte Carlo is kind of patchy (see pic) because some areas never took off, and its been about 2 months - would I benefit from just flooding the tank, and injecting high CO2 with adequate lighting to get the growth to fill in? Or....should I wait longer and keep it dry start, and if so, how long before just flooding it?

Thanks much!


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I have a pretty straightforward question - If my dry start Monte Carlo is kind of patchy (see pic) because some areas never took off, and its been about 2 months - would I benefit from just flooding the tank, and injecting high CO2 with adequate lighting to get the growth to fill in? Or....should I wait longer and keep it dry start, and if so, how long before just flooding it?

Thanks much!


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It could have carpeted your tank twice in two months underwater. Monte carlo doesn't really need a dry start.
 
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