I heavily planted my 10 gal but am looking for some good ammonia eating plants too...I dont have a strong light, they are incandecants that came with the tank set. Right now I have sword, crypt, anubias, tropical ferns and umbrella plants..I heard umbrella plants may or may not live fully submersed but we'll see how they do. Are any of these plants good for ammonia? What else could I add to the tank to eat ammonia?
I had tried water sprite and mint charlie, they both died within 2 weeks :(
Most of what I have came from those plastic container plants you buy at petco...thats about all they carry so ill have to order everything else on the net.
So anywho, im looking for a low-mod light plant that loves to gobble up ammonia and is a fairly easy keeper :)
Im also dosing the 10 gal with half a cap of flourish, is this a good choice?
Also I would like to add shrimps to the tank in a couple of weeks if all is well, will flourish be okay for them?