I've got great light, pressurized co2, so could I grow some floating? The light is a 65 watt 10000K PC lamp and the co2 stays aroundd 30-40 ppm. Never drops below 30, only when I refill the cylinder every other month or so, and at night when the solenoid shuts off the flow and plants don't use it anyway.
The thing that gets me is the nutrients.. I've always got an excess of nutrients (the whole point in a planted aquarium) AND i've also got some breeding cherry shrimp. Adults are about an inch long. the adults could feet the plants with the babies I've also got a strong filter, so i'll have to make a "corral" for the aldrovanda.
Think it's possible given the excess of nutrients? Ph stays at about 6.6, GH is around 4-4.5 and KH is about 3.5-4. Just rounding.I've got no tannins. I dose Iron, Phosphate, nitrate, potassium, and trace elements. Nitrate is my biggest worry... stays around 20 ppm.