Anacharis Melting :/

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eh well.. What do i do? It's kinda just shedding all over.
 
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a week about. All the other plants I pit in have seemed to take well. Just these are kinda falling apart. Is there another good stem plant I can use? That's medium light and easyish to grow
 

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I would suggest using a root tab as you would for a Sword. If you're dosing Excel, reduce the dose by at least half, then increase gradually. Hope this helps.
 
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varmint said:
I would suggest using a root tab as you would for a Sword. If you're dosing Excel, reduce the dose by at least half, then increase gradually. Hope this helps.
thank you! I have some root tabs in already. I'll definitely do that with excel. will new leaves grow on the plants??
 
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qchris87 said:
If you're willing you can give it some time. They can take some time to acclimate.

Using any ferts and/or CO2

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no co2. Not yet at least. But yes to ferts. Thank you!
 

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As @varmint stated, try halving the dosage of excel. Excel tends to melt anacharis. The tips still look okay. That about how much green left I had in the ones in my profile pic and they grew after about a two weeks.
 
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