Honeywort

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    Imkeisme

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    How in the halibut did they get there honeywort so thickly layered like this any suggestions?
     

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    I think you mean "hornwort". And I'm thinking this appears to be a planted tank. Or could even possibly be a photoshopped picture to make the fish look good - who knows.
     
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    I agree with Lisa as to it being a planted tank and C02 INJECTION WOULD BE THE ANSWER ALONG WITH THE ADDITION OF FERTALIZERS
     
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    Agree, as well!
     
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    I don't think there can be a definite answer here. That tank could have been planted with healthy thriving plants the same week the picture was taken. It's a beautiful tank, even with no information from the the person who designed it. I purchased hornwort this year that was grown outside and it's just as bushy and green, I have given some away to a friend for her indoor aquarium. If you look online at pond plants for sale you can find some.
     
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