i trimmed my dwarf sag once but now they just seem to have browing stubble like where i trimmed them and the leaves not healthy looking like before. is that normal? it doesnt sound normal to me, but im a noob.
Are you using any fertilizers?Nickguy5467 said:i trimmed my dwarf sag once but now they just seem to have browing stubble like where i trimmed them and the leaves not healthy looking like before. is that normal? it doesnt sound normal to me, but im a noob.
yeah im using the same exact method as before. though i did forgot to mention i moved the plants from their initial location. they didnt seem to get any better after that. but the trimming thing is still the same. browning what not. i use thrive+ and use organic potting soil as a substrate under sand. i use a finnex planted plus light but i dont use the 24 hour gimmick. i dose co2 daily even though it says i dont need to. co2 can only help plants right?(i tried some plants that needed co2 but failed so i just kept with co2 since i had it)PeteStevers said:Are you using any fertilizers?
hmm i cant see the base. guess i buried it too deep . could that be a cause? i would have to pull the plant up some. but i saw a video on youtube about trimming sag and all the guy did was cut the leaves in the middle so thats what i did.faydout said:I've got a bunch of dwarf and broadleaf sag that I had going in one tank. It was doing well, lots of growth, no CO2 anywhere. I even moved it around inside that tank, and kept getting good growth. In early June, I moved it from a 24" tank, into a 16" tank, and I've had nothing since then. It's still green, but I haven't had any growth from any of it, dwarf or broadleaf. I'm thinking I'm going to trash it all in the next few months and call the sag experiment done.