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frankzane
post Sep 27 2021, 03:36 PM

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QUOTE(lucktion99 @ Sep 26 2021, 04:00 PM)
Guys i have a bunch of rotala greens, regular rotundifolia and some hra (not red coz high nitrate) that i wanna give away or sell at small price. easily more than 50 stems here. anyone wants?
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Hi, may I know where is your location?
frankzane
post Sep 27 2021, 03:39 PM

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My plants seems to grow roots on their stems. Any explanation?

Rotala, mini rotundifolia, ludwigia...
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post Sep 27 2021, 07:12 PM

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QUOTE(frankzane @ Sep 27 2021, 03:36 PM)
Hi, may I know where is your location?
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I live in rawang, location Aeon rawang. Or postage would cost rm7
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post Sep 27 2021, 07:13 PM

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QUOTE(frankzane @ Sep 27 2021, 03:39 PM)
My plants seems to grow roots on their stems. Any explanation?

Rotala, mini rotundifolia, ludwigia...
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Its quite normal. I noticed mine grows roots from stems when the stem has been horizontal for a while or when its tall and near the surface.
frankzane
post Sep 30 2021, 03:20 PM

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QUOTE(lucktion99 @ Sep 27 2021, 07:12 PM)
I live in rawang, location Aeon rawang. Or postage would cost rm7
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Ok, thanks. Never mind then.

QUOTE(lucktion99 @ Sep 27 2021, 07:13 PM)
Its quite normal. I noticed mine grows roots from stems when the stem has been horizontal for a while or when its tall and near the surface.
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But mine still growing vertical. But some still small already growing roots from the side.

Anything to do with lights?
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post Oct 3 2021, 12:16 AM

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QUOTE(frankzane @ Sep 30 2021, 03:20 PM)
Ok, thanks. Never mind then.
But mine still growing vertical. But some still small already growing roots from the side.

Anything to do with lights?
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dont worry abt it, its nothing
fuhrer_69
post Oct 26 2021, 02:23 PM

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where can i get cc tank around melaka at reasonable price? serious buyer here.
kazukimy
post Nov 3 2021, 03:00 PM

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Hi, may i know what brand of liquid fertilizer are you guys using that are value for money.

Currently i am using, Bing Tsau Mix, Bing Tsau Carbon, Bing Tsau K (for my anubias) and Fluval Gro+. Trying to see which other brand that are value for money.

Currently the plants in my tank is growing well and fast with daily dosing, but some how, my Christmas Moss slowly browning and melting off.

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post Nov 7 2021, 07:52 PM

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Hi anyone know where to repair/service hailea chiller? kl/selangor area.

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post Nov 12 2021, 04:32 PM

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QUOTE(kazukimy @ Nov 3 2021, 03:00 PM)
Hi, may i know what brand of liquid fertilizer are you guys using that are value for money.

Currently i am using, Bing Tsau Mix, Bing Tsau Carbon, Bing Tsau K (for my anubias) and Fluval Gro+. Trying to see which other brand that are value for money.

Currently the plants in my tank is growing well and fast with daily dosing, but some how, my Christmas Moss slowly browning and melting off.
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what is your aquarium temperature ? most moss do well 22'C to 26'C water.. if the temp are correct, maybe the moss still adapting to your water para
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post Nov 12 2021, 04:38 PM

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QUOTE(frankzane @ Sep 27 2021, 03:39 PM)
My plants seems to grow roots on their stems. Any explanation?

Rotala, mini rotundifolia, ludwigia...
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do you use any fertiliser ? usually for root plants they behave like that because of insufficient amount of nutrients in the substrate. They force to grow roots on stem to absorb nutrients in the water.

Try put a root tab fertiliser in your substrate and observe.
kizwan
post Nov 13 2021, 02:28 PM

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QUOTE(crazeechildz @ Nov 12 2021, 04:38 PM)
do you use any fertiliser ? usually for root plants they behave like that because of insufficient amount of nutrients in the substrate. They force to grow roots on stem to absorb nutrients in the water.

Try put a root tab fertiliser in your substrate and observe.
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Not really. Stem plants can absorb nutrient through leaves (foliar).
frankzane
post Nov 14 2021, 06:05 PM

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QUOTE(crazeechildz @ Nov 12 2021, 04:38 PM)
do you use any fertiliser ? usually for root plants they behave like that because of insufficient amount of nutrients in the substrate. They force to grow roots on stem to absorb nutrients in the water.

Try put a root tab fertiliser in your substrate and observe.
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Yes, used both liquid and tabs.
kazukimy
post Nov 16 2021, 04:18 PM

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QUOTE(crazeechildz @ Nov 12 2021, 04:32 PM)
what is your aquarium temperature ? most moss do well 22'C to 26'C water.. if the temp are correct, maybe the moss still adapting to your water para
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Shoot...mine is around 28'c to 29'c....will lower the temperature.....
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post Nov 17 2021, 02:04 PM

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QUOTE(kazukimy @ Nov 16 2021, 04:18 PM)
Shoot...mine is around 28'c to 29'c....will lower the temperature.....
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Colder is better but if your temp top at 28-29C that should be ok too. If you put your hand in the water, do you feel slightly warm or slightly cold? I don't see NP fertz in your fert list. If NP is too limited, your moss might suffer. Also make sure during weekly water change, get all mulm/detritus out of moss.
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post Nov 17 2021, 05:05 PM

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What is the best tank size for 1 betta fish ya? Am looking at doing low maintenance and relatively cheap setup. smile.gif
kizwan
post Nov 18 2021, 12:57 PM

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QUOTE(Wonka @ Nov 17 2021, 05:05 PM)
What is the best tank size for 1 betta fish ya? Am looking at doing low maintenance and relatively cheap setup. smile.gif
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At least cube 1 feet, I think. When my betta still alive, I put him in 4 feet tank. biggrin.gif Don't forget ketapang leaf. Some hydrilla floating plant also good too. Bigger tank, water quality also stay better for longer period.
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post Nov 19 2021, 09:54 AM

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QUOTE(kizwan @ Nov 17 2021, 02:04 PM)
Colder is better but if your temp top at 28-29C that should be ok too. If you put your hand in the water, do you feel slightly warm or slightly cold? I don't see NP fertz in your fert list. If NP is too limited, your moss might suffer. Also make sure during weekly water change, get all mulm/detritus out of moss.
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slightly cold, noted on the NP, because thought that the BingTsau Mix is enough (run out of Fluval Gro+) but apparently is not.

Thanks. smile.gif
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post Feb 22 2022, 02:28 PM

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Rebooting my 4x2x2 for my aquascape bought those new LED... the last time I use is T5 imagene that...

Found this POVI Full spectrum LED light and my god it is bright and accurate.....

both my Co2 selenoid is leaking... replace it already...

lets hope my ADA soil which is resting for 2-3 years now still got enough to kick start it...
azomic
post Mar 2 2022, 02:12 PM

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hello. im new here, is there any shop that I can view and buy UNS or ADA aquarium tank? nano 30cm preferable. saw the link in front page for ADA, but if local shoppers got, it would be much appreciated. thanks guys.

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