yeah, looks like it should be fine, its pretty hardy and its worth giving it a good shake before waterchange.
Ive got a large motherplant of windelov i need to move on next week if you want a mature look at a bargain price...?
Does it root itself to the wood eventually? Looks kinda strange how it is now.
Do you have a photo of your mother plant?
I took that fern out and the underside of its leaves had little roots shooting off it. I didn't have anywhere where I could tie it on so the stems weren't in the gravel without it looking daft so I took it out all together.
all microsorum produce 'clones' of them selves on the leaf tips, once they are big enough and have roots they detatch themselves or you can remove them. I normally pull all plantlets off and push them back into the motherplant making the plant more dense... but thats just me.
Ill get a picture up when i can of the windelov.
I have had a big change in the tank recently. I took my 6 Bala Shark back to the LFS and exchanged them. I think even a 5ft tank will be too small for them in the long run and they were uprooting the plants and very photosensitive.
I have now gone for a variety of Rainbowfish, Barbs, and Tetra and changed the background round from black to blue. Seems to give the illusion that the water is clearer.
I am dosing with TNC Lite and Flourish Excel but would appreciate some advice on low tech plant growing.
My lights have 216W via 4 x 46" T5 tubes and is 109 US Gallon giving me just about 2 watt per gallon.
I don't have Co2 injection on this tank and have only dosed Excel once as a carbon substitute when i did a water change. This is why I would like advice as to what to do until I can afford another Co2 setup.
Well, your advised to NOT use 200 watts of T5 lighting, otherwise there is a reasonable probability of annihilating the plants. Use half of that, or even less, until you have installed a gas injection system.