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Subwassertang survives brackish?

PostPosted:17 Oct 2019 22:03
by Owlbit
My 2.5g tank is kept at 1.08 salinity. I put a small piece of subwassertang maybe 2 months ago. There was some very slow decay (as can be seen in the picture on this wider parts). After a month it has shown tiny nodes of growth. Very tiny nodes. I just noticed it today because it is floating right now and it has more new growth that looks promising. I only put a small piece in case it decays. I didn't want to pollute my tank. But if I can get subwassertang happy growing in brackish water, that would be so cool. I will just patiently watch my experiment.
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Re: Subwassertang survives brackish?

PostPosted:17 Oct 2019 23:46
by Algae In Space
Pretty nice. Let's see what will come out of it.

Re: Subwassertang survives brackish?

PostPosted:18 Oct 2019 01:59
by Owlbit
It is so exciting to see the new growth recently. It would be nice if it does work out.

Re: Subwassertang survives brackish?

PostPosted:18 Oct 2019 06:11
by odin
Fingers crossed! Where did you buy the plant from?


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