1 - 2 grow

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  1. Dolly Sprint 16v

    Dolly Sprint 16v Member

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    As per the above thread title - are these 1-2 grow plants any good, grown within a lab where there is abundance of Co2 - I would expect poor growth until the plant becomes use to being submerged underwater are my thoughts correct and are they worth paying the extra money or should you just buy a plant instead.

    Cheers
    Paul
     
  2. Zeus.

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    No bugs, algea, snails etc Yes. Perfect for Dry Start Method (DSM) too. Good of a LFS can get them too then straight from tropica to them to you. You can normally but just the amount you need too no minimum order

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  3. PBM3000

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    I've had very good success with 1-2 Dwarf Sag.
     
  4. techfool

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    Yes, I have had good success with dwarf sag and frogbit. The plants can be a bit scrunched up in the pots but they soon straighten out when planted.
     
  5. mow said

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    they are good but they need to convert from emersed to submersed it does take time but once they produce new shoots they will take over.
     
  6. Dolly Sprint 16v

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    That what Im afraid of - thx for the replies - going to buy submerged plants.

    Cheers
    paul
     
  7. mow said

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    no problem
     

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