Carpet type plants are well beyond my limited expertise as the only
plants I use are simple & easy to grow without CO2 with around 8 hours of
lighting per day. In addition to the Anacharis I have straight Vallis & a
couple of Hornworts all of which grow in profusion & need manually cutting
back or pruning on a regular basis or they would take over the tank. My
water is 19 inches deep & the lights are approx 4 inches above the water.
On 31 July 2013 04:29, Al Keep <email@example.com> wrote:
> I hope so John.
> I'll be taking the plant plunge in a couple days, and the locally run fish
> store only has a few plants, and they don't look too healthy... but their
> fish are great. I'll be getting them at Petsmart, as they have many plant
> varieties, and they look healthy; so hopefully they do well. They don't
> however have any "carpet" type plants that will do ok with no co2.... if
> there is such a thing.... I've read varying opinions; so that will have to
> wait. I really like the little baby tears, but I've read they need co2, and
> I don't want to get into that, as it's just a little tank beside the bed.
> --- In AquaticLife@yahoogroups.com, SIMMONDS JOHN <simmonds.john@...>
> > Thinking about box stores in general, we have Pets At Home in the UK
> > sounds like the PetSmart chain in the US. What I would say in their
> > is that their plants are really first class! I bought several bunches of
> > top quality Anacharis almost 2 years ago & it's never stopped
> > think I'll ever need to buy any more.
> > John*<o)))<*
> > On 30 July 2013 12:42, joe t <jett07002@...> wrote:
> > > **
> > >
> > >
> > > Hi Ray,
> > > Absolutely! A quarantine tank is a MUST. I didn't mention it cause you
> > > a few others had already said Quarantine Tank. But no one mentioned
> > > checking the fish at the store. When I read PetSmart I guess I flipped,
> > > cause it certainly happened before!!
> > >
> > > joet
> > >
> > >
> > >
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