Thanks looks amazing, I am considering doing this on my tank, removing all the plants from the left hand side, would look similar! Clive as I nice plant that I am going to try if he manages to find me some clippings so we will seeGeorge Farmer said:
ceg4048 said:Hmm..OK... :? That's a good data point. That means I'm suffering delusions and that it must be some other factor or combination thereof. My next suspect is TPN+ or possibly lighting. Sorry to be annoying mate but could you confirm that the plant in the nano is in fact B. japonica and not B. aubertii or something like that? Also, do you (or did you) have any specimens of non-bronzed Blyxa, and if so could you recall the conditions under which they maintained their green coloration?
George Farmer said:I only have two running right now - 60cm German opti-white from Aqua Essentials and 30cm nano.nickyc said:Love it!!! Exactly how many tanks do you have?!
I've had five at one point - 4 hi-tech planted and one biotope... But there weren't enough hours in the day to keep them up to my 'OCD' standard!
I'm seeing that they both go bronze (each in their own way). Deletion of Excel seems to return them both to more green within a week or so. I'm not sure if this is coincidence or illusion or real.