Shadow_Arbor Posted July 21, 2020 Share Posted July 21, 2020 I'm putting together a nano high tech tank soon, and one of my main plant choices might be anubias depending on the consensus of this discussion... The tank is a shallow tank (26cm tall) and is going to have a very powerful light, injected CO2 and an aquasoil substrate for growing and propagating rooted high tech plants. I plan on aquascaping the tank, using spider wood. On the said spider wood I want to grow three different species of Anubias, Nana, Nana petite, and Barteri. These ideally will cover much of the root base leaving only the thinner roots exposed. In my experience Anubias has grown best in low light setups with little fertilization. In higher light set ups they get covered in algae. Anyone have different experience or any tips? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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