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Old 06-13-2018, 06:57 PM
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Only two pots left to fill. Still looking for Senzai and one other small bean leaf. Added Suzumushi 'Cricket' and Tamakongo. The Tamakongo has just started to bloom. All the other neo are doing fine, other than the sphagnum get dark green algae on it. Am I keeping it to wet or to much fertilizer. Watering about every week or when crunchy dry on top. Have been adding a weak fertilizer at that time also.
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Old 06-13-2018, 10:34 PM
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Only two pots left to fill. Still looking for Senzai and one other small bean leaf. Added Suzumushi 'Cricket' and Tamakongo. The Tamakongo has just started to bloom. All the other neo are doing fine, other than the sphagnum get dark green algae on it. Am I keeping it to wet or to much fertilizer. Watering about every week or when crunchy dry on top. Have been adding a weak fertilizer at that time also.
You might consider only feeding at every other watering.
Sphag provides some nutrition and leaving out the feeding will prevent salt build up, and also reduce the algae.

I know you won't follow this but consider leaving one pot empty for a year. It will give you something to look forward to and enable you to peruse the field.
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