Sea Grass

Tips on the Success on planting your own Sea Grass.

Create a sea bed ( 3″ deep ) and make sure that the sediments are fine, silt and rich in fertilizers needed prior to planting. Fertilizers for freshwater plant may be used to help the sea grass from growing their roots in the sediments. Or if you are planning to plant it on a branch rock/normal live rock you can just tie the plants with a fishing line to it. Iron supplements must also be added to the water once every weekly, but to be accurate use a test kit for measuring the Iron content in the water to determent on how much Iron supplements is needed. IMO – Without enough Iron in the water the leaves from this algae plants will slowly turn yellow. Next for lighting, do make sure that you had lighting with 6500k as it promotes grow best at this rate.