I seem to have quite a lot of dieback,, they are anubias, java fern and some grasses, perhaps time to feed them? or will they pick up once their roots are established. Was going to get some Seachem Flourish for the plants but iust been reading bad things about it i.e. fish dying after it's use!!
However, the glue can contain haurmfull ingredients, but more importantly, your tank might be way different from wherever they were grown before. In such a case dynig back, and later regrow, would be a normal response.
Personally I don't really like them, therefore I have no personal experience in how long such a thing normally takes.
I would not feed them, unless the tank is curreently without fishes, as plant feed = excrement from the fishes. That is, feeding plants will decrease the water quality for your fishes.
However, I have quite a few java fern glued to driftwood and it is doing great. I actually need to trim some of it. And super glue gel is safe for plants and fish.
I also do the recommended dose of Seachem Flourish once a week. I’ve been using that since January with no issues.
So hopefully this is not rotated!
Behind the red tiger lotus are java fern glued to both driftwood and a rock. This is in my 75 g that houses barbs and Botia dario.
Ok, hopefully this is right side up!
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