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Thread: Transition from emersed form to submerged form

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    Transition from emersed form to submerged form

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    How long does this process take approximately

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    Re: Transition from emersed form to submerged form

    I think it's species specific, and the tank's environment affects too. I would say average 1~2 weeks for most plants.

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    Re: Transition from emersed form to submerged form

    As what Ivan said, around 2 weeks to be safe. In the meanwhile do watch out for any algae infestation. As there will be less plants absorbing the excess nutrients in the water.

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    Re: Transition from emersed form to submerged form

    Thanks guys. The moss has changed.




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    Re: Transition from emersed form to submerged form

    Quote Originally Posted by Mr Ironiic View Post
    Thanks guys. The moss has changed.




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    Interesting. What moss is it? Have picture of before and after to show?

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