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Brackish Plants

Discussion in 'Marine Plants - Macroalgae' started by webskipper, May 25, 2017.

  1. webskipper

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    New brackish tank owner.


    Id like to add some plants to the tank.


    Upped the salinity a bit, left the Slow Jams on shuffle, and the Opae Ula are breeding. Late night parties.


    Salinity between 1.0012-15. High LED light to get the algae to spread to the other lava rocks.


    Whish plants flourish and at which salinities?
     
  2. Dennis Singh

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    try out anacharis
     
  3. webskipper

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    I did back in the 70's and haven't tried it since. Thanks anyway.
     
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