Well well well, do I have the post for you!Does it not limit the growth of heavy root feeders
Eriocaulon quinqunagulare is always said to be a heavy root feeder. But it seems to do just fine in sand.
Fast forward a bit andddd Good news: plants lookin really good Ludwigia Pantanal and macrandra doing well .two of the hardest plants in my tank🙂 Fairly sure the wallichii is doing well but uhm I can’t really see it. There’s some fuzzy algae on some stuff but not too fussed yet. Guess I’ll...
👍 yes. World class Dutch tanks, here you go. Joe Harvey’s 2020 entry that won second place in AGA.Can one really still achieve a world class dutch style scape with just sand alone? Does it not limit the growth of heavy root feeders
#793: 284L Dutch Aquascape “Through The Looking Glass”, by Joe Harvey Athens, AL, United States, is an aquascape from AGA 2020 Aquascaping Contest.
Nope, and I know hufsa doesn’t either. Not sure about @Wookii though.Do you guys use root tabs or routinely add any nutes to the sand?
I can’t think of many to be honest🤔What are other negatives to this approach? Is
I moved over a dozen species from aqua soil to sand and almost every species is doing well, and some are actually doing better. The one exception is Ammannia pedicellata, that is a picky one. Still haven’t got it to grow well in sand.