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TimestampYour NameDateCommon NameScientific NamepHGeneral HardnessAvg. TemperatureSalinityAvg. NitrateAquarium SizeWater SourceWater ChangesFiltration System(s)AdditivesPlantsSubstrateLightingMethod of ReproductionGrowth RateDate of Hatch or BirthDate Free SwimmingFood Fed to Parents and How OftenFood Fed to Fry and How OftenComments and Additional InformationWas Fertilizer Used?Type of Fertilizer, How Much, and How OftenStructures
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4/15/2012 23:23:09Jack KraftItalian ValVallisneria spiralis7.57810 gallonstap, treated Detox25% weeklyinside powerheadSand32w Compact FluorescentrunnersunknownThe powerhead creates a good current. It also draws in the air to bubble into the tank. No
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10/7/2012 19:34:15Tony GriffittsRed WendtiiCryptocoryne wendtii7.626082NA5 to 30 ppm39x16x20=54 Gallonstap95% MonthlyPowerhead/Quick FilterSodium Bicabonate, Sodium Carbonate, Epsom Salt, IronSand4 x 39 Watt HO T5RunnersModerateHad plants for years under regular standard fluorescent lights (2 x 30 Watt) with only slow growth. Once lighting was changed out to a Catalina Aquarium HO T5 Retrofit kit that plants have been growing and reproducing quickly. The tank does not use CO2. Substrate is #60 sand I got from Cascade Rock on Kiefer Blvd in Sacramento.YesSeaChem FlourishNo
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12/1/2012 15:38:53John Mayercryptocoryne wendtii77720Tap10% monthlyHOB filterNoneSand2x55w PC white atinicsRunnersSlowNo
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6/1/2013 17:01:40Tony GriffittsSagittaria natansSagittaria natans7.827082NA>2039x16x20=54 GallonsTapMonthly - 95%Hagen Quick Filter on a Power HeadSodium bicarbonate (Baking Soda), calcium chloide, magnisium sulfate, and SeaChem's Flourish and iron.Sand4 x 39 watt HO T-5RunnersFastThe tank does not use CO2. Substrate is #60 sand I got from Cascade Rock on Kiefer Blvd. in Sacramento. 2 tsp magnisium sulfate (epsom salt), 4 tsp calcium chloride (Turbo Calcium), and 4 tsp sodium bicarbonate (Baking Soda) added to tank after every water change.

Plant is often confused with Sagittaria subulata which is typically a short foreground plant. S. natans grows over a foot long.
YesFlourish- 10ml injected in sand bed every 4 monthsNone
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5/7/2016 17:33:12Tony GriffittsBrown HygroHygrophila sp. "Brown"7.4200820<1020x18x20=27gtap90%, MonthlyWater is filtered by a Hagen Fluval U3 Underwater Filter.noSand50W 6000K LED Flood LightCuttingsSlow without Excel.Osmocote beads where added to the sand with tweezers around base of the plant stems. SeaChem's Excel was added daily for vigorous plant growth. Excel made a big difference in growth rate.YesOsmocote in sand, and SeaChem Excel added dailyRocks/wood
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8/6/2016 16:47:29Tony GriffittsRed Rubin SwordEchinodorus sp. "Ruben"7.420082<1020x18x20=27gtap90% MonthlyWater is filtered by a Hagen Fluval U3 Underwater Filter.Sand50W 6000K LED Flood Lightrunners/flower stemsModerateOsmocote beads where added to the sand with tweezers around base of the plant.YesOsmocotewood, rocks
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