And your avatar is quite possibly the scariest thing I've ever seen.
One of us is quite mad.
My 260 litre has a lid and is plenty humid without the lights on.
Those foggers seem to be a bit hit or miss but I do like the idea of...
Are you using a mister/ fogger?
I'm tempted to expose my wood/ epiphytes by lowering the water level, I think they would dry out with the lights...
I expect it needs humidity
What ya gonna do brutha?
About fertilising the plants on wood?
Have you looked at paludarium sites?
Something like exo-terra
Yeah, but you can employ a boy to spray the plants every 45 minutes.
rice would need to be grown on before planting in the tank, so its leaves break the surface.
Cyperus should do well, eleocharis Montevidensis if you can find it. Most hygrophilas, big echinodorus, ficus.
How about growing some rice?
They look great.
Thinking about it, to have such a narrow gene pool could be a precarious situation.
of course, different genetic material is preferable, cuttings form the same plant are genetic clones, thus the same. im sure darrel would be able...
you need to cut just above a leaf node. The junction where the leaf meets the stem. Cutting half way will encourage die back and rot. Same goes...
have a look at its cousins in the ipomea range, some lovely climbers. my all time fave is bomarea hirtella -unrelated though.
that is bindweed. Man i hate that stuff.... Bloody brittle underground roots that proliferate my darkest dreams....
variegation is a viral action (i think) i have never seen an all green pothos... probably because all the plants in the country are all clones!
easiest plant in the world. Really hate variegation though.
can ficus be submerged? or just the roots dangling in the water?
that is great, emersed growth makes tanks seem very exotic. looks like you will have to raise the light unit.
you would need to condition the plant for life out of water again. The leaves will be suited to life submerged.
echinodorus do change lead shape under water. Shame.
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