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    12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

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    The term DSM gets tossed around often in aquascaping and I'm curious to know how it works. So, I gave it a try with my nano Ryoboku tank.

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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    Another good works of yours, bro!


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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    Quote Originally Posted by jackychun View Post
    Another good works of yours, bro!


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    Thank you, jackychun. Glad you like it.

    I have a question, though. The Alternanthera wasn't in the best condition when I bought it but the stems and roots were still good. I trimmed off the leaves leaving only the root and stem then planted it. How long do you think it should take for the leaves to grow back?
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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    Quote Originally Posted by NanoScaper View Post
    Thank you, jackychun. Glad you like it.

    I have a question, though. The Alternanthera wasn't in the best condition when I bought it but the stems and roots were still good. I trimmed off the leaves leaving only the root and stem then planted it. How long do you think it should take for the leaves to grow back?
    If only the stems and roots left, it might take longer time for leaves to bounce back and also has chance of it to be died off, too. Now the nutrient taken is mostly from the substrate via roots only. I have experience with the Rotala Rotundifolia type, only stems and roots left, still, it can bounce back nicely within a week or two. So just need to observe your plants too. Keep us updated with your great videos, bro.


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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    Quote Originally Posted by NanoScaper View Post
    Thank you, jackychun. Glad you like it.

    I have a question, though. The Alternanthera wasn't in the best condition when I bought it but the stems and roots were still good. I trimmed off the leaves leaving only the root and stem then planted it. How long do you think it should take for the leaves to grow back?
    If only the stems and roots left, it might take longer time for leaves to bounce back and also has chance of it to be died off, too. Now the nutrient taken is mostly from the substrate via roots only. I have experience with the Rotala Rotundifolia type, only stems and roots left, still, it can bounce back nicely within a week or two. So just need to observe your plants too. Keep us updated with your great videos, bro.


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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    Quote Originally Posted by jackychun View Post
    If only the stems and roots left, it might take longer time for leaves to bounce back and also has chance of it to be died off, too. Now the nutrient taken is mostly from the substrate via roots only. I have experience with the Rotala Rotundifolia type, only stems and roots left, still, it can bounce back nicely within a week or two. So just need to observe your plants too. Keep us updated with your great videos, bro.


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    Alright then. Let's hope the plants will bounce back eventually. I'll monitor it for another week or two before deciding what to do next.

    Thanks, jackychun. Definitely will continue doing updated videos.

    Cheers!
    My Current Journals: Nano Ryoboku Tank | Nano Iwagumi Tank | Nano Shrimp Tank

    My name is Rezdwan Hamid but you can call me Wan.

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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    Almost all plants are doing well in my nano Ryoboku tank after four weeks. The Alternanthera melted but I had them replaced with a new pot.

    My Current Journals: Nano Ryoboku Tank | Nano Iwagumi Tank | Nano Shrimp Tank

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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    The tank is so nicely grown, bro!


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    Re: 12L Nano Ryoboku Tank "Redwood" Journal

    Quote Originally Posted by jackychun View Post
    The tank is so nicely grown, bro!


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    Thanks, jackychun. I planted three clumps of Staurogyne but I can only see one now. I think the other two clumps got "overwhelmed" by the Micranthemum. Will try to find it again at the next trimming.
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