Mattlikesfish36 Posted April 5, 2022 Share Posted April 5, 2022 I have really been struggling after transitioning from my old 20 high to a rimless tank. I have been battling algae and I am working on getting everything dialed in, but I think the shorter height of the new aquarium is causing the spike in algae because the light is more intense at the shallow depth. I have noticed my ludwigia is growing stunted and twisted. Most of the other plants are doing fairly well other than fighting off algae. Any ideas on what kind of deficiency is causing the ludwigia to grow like this? I am dosing pressurized co2 at 30ppm, Finnex planted plus light on 8 hours per day, and 2 pumps of easy green daily to keep nitrates between 10-30ppm. Any advice would be much appreciated. I am getting so frustrated with this new tank and wish I would have just kept everything in my old 20 high even though it wasn’t rimless. Thank you so much for any help you can offer. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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