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  1. I am getting this wear brown mossy stuff growing on a certain type of plant on my tank any one?
  2. So I read that if you see black spots on your java fern leaf you can cut it off and lay it face up and you'll get plantlets faster that way. Mine don't have black spots yet but I have some ugly leaves that I was going to prune anyway. If I cut them off can I do the same thing? or will they just die and rot?
  3. When should i remove these baby java ferns from the main plants?
  4. Hello, I have java fern in a 20 gallon long with NICREW SkyLED Aquarium Light for Planted Tanks, Full Spectrum Freshwater Fish Tank Light, 12 to 18-Inch, 12-Watt as the light source. The moneywort and anubias and java moss grows fine along with a few other plants that i dont remember their names. And duckweed so much duck weed (i dont corral it so its all over the top of the tank except for the sponge filter bubble areas.) The issue is my Java Ferns keep turning brown and leaves die and develop holes in them and they keep propagating off at the tips of their leaves. I dose easy green and flourish potassium and run nitrates around 20 ppm. Are the roots (not the rhizomes) supposed to be buried in the substrate? Are they getting to much light? (if so how can i shade them) any tips will be helpful. (they were attached to a rock but i took them off when they started looking horrid and now they rest on the substrate like the Anubias. I run CO2 and the substrate is black sand with root tabs. ph is a 7.6 water temp is 76F ammonia and nitrite and chlorine 0 tank has been up almost a year. Inhabitants are mystery snails, bladder/pond snails, ramshorn snails, cherry shrimp, 2 assassin snails, and a betta. I cant find mylasian trumpet snails to add to the little pest snail haven. (the snails never really get on the java ferns they stay on the moss balls and tank walls and substrate and are fed veggies and fruits)
  5. Hi, First post here. I have a plant that I can’t for the life of me remember what it is. With that said, it’s sort of Amazon sword-esque. It is growing small leaves out of the tips of the existing ones, so I’m wondering if I can just cut these off to propagate the plant? I’ve included a photo but it’s hard to capture. Thanks for any help!
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