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Live aquarium plants are awesome because they’re beautiful and they purify the water by absorbing your fish’s nitrogen waste, but like fish, they come with a learning curve if you want to keep them alive. In this video, let me cover a frequent beginner question we get: “Why is my plant dying or melting?”
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0:00 Why are my plants melting or dying back?
0:19 Reason #1: You have new, emersed plants that were grown out of water
1:57 Reason #2: The plant was incorrectly planted
3:21 Reason #3: Your plant is missing certain nutrients.
5:13 Other reasons: frozen plants, anubias rot, and dud bulbs