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hygrophila polysperma

Nabhan Khan

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i have some hygrophila polysperma left over from my 30gal tank,
i am giving my little brother the leftover for his goldfish tank, i wanted to know if hygrophila polysperma and anubias nana would survive in a cold water setup, the tank has just over 1wpg, (t8).
also would he need to dose any easycarbo or tpn+?
the substrate is just normal dorset pea gravel, quite fine about 3-4mm.

the fish are 6 fancy goldfish , quite small about 1 and half inches long.

ps im Ark i just got a new laptop that doesnt log me in and i forgot my password.
 

Nabhan Khan

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cool thanks for the reply, they do a bit of digging, so how should i protect the stalks from being uprooted.
im thinking pebbles, how should i treat them before i put them in.
 

Nabhan Khan

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they are pretty small, and the hygro is pretty big and strong, its been in my tank for a few months.
if it does well in his tank, i may consider changing my tank into goldfish tank instead of marine.
i am just gonna give him an anubias nana, ill stick some in the gaps of his bogwood, after that if the goldfish react well with it ill stick some hygro stems in there.

regarding pebbles, should i boil them to get rid of any nasties or what?
 

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