which kind of organic ferts ? thxBeing a Walsted convert I have a couple of 75mm deep pots with organic fert. with a sand topping and they thrive. I'll be using a lot more in the future as you can move them around to get that mix you want or replace and failures without disturbing the substrate and making a mess.
I am wondering whether there is still a way to isolate this factor, e.g. take a sample of the Dutch aquasoil in two cups and try to grow the stunting plant in these cups in tanks A and B. If it affects the growth, one could try to leach out the cup of Dutch aquasoil in a large RO bucket, and...barrreport.com
I posted this in the Lean Dosing thread - Roger Goh's shop, EI dosing + plants in aquasoil pots
That is also my plan with next tank,also thinking sand for substrate for everything, something tells me it won't work well, also something tells me it 'might' work also.I'm thinking of doing the same in my next tank - which will be a display tank rather than a storage/growing-on tank - so I can more easily remove larger crypts and Echinodorus for trimming and splitting. I think I can hide pots behind or in amongst rocks etc.
That is also my plan with next tank,also thinking sand for substrate for everything, something tells me it won't work well, also something tells me it 'might' work also.
I really like the idea of pots as you can grow it in another tank and instant impact by just swapping pots.
Off topic I know but how big does it get, I put one in my 60x45x36 and now think it might be a bit “robust”.I have a huge Crypt Spiralis Tiger in my tank now. .
Off topic I know but how big does it get, I put one in my 60x45x36 and now think it might be a bit “robust”.
I dunno if this helps but I trim moss like a hairdresser, pull it between fingers and then trim and put the held part in a bucket, afterwards I then hoover up with my patented precision water changer. (A eheim crook cut down a bit).