I give mine another week and it will reach the surface of the water already on a 50cm high tanknickyc said:Fingers crossed I think mine are ok! None melted but not seen big growth yet either. Looks great though! Thanks again
Yep, easy as pie. new shoots grow for the cut nodes.LondonDragon said:Clive, how do I prune this? Just cut half way and replant the cuttings?
Matt, I just sent the last of my clippings to Arana mate. It'll be a few weeks before they grow back maybe Paulo can spare a few stems? He seems to have the knack.Matt Holbrook-Bull said:id quite like some of that looks amazing
Cool dude! 8) looking forward to the pics. I reckon these will make a better stem wall than the small leaf stems you have in the back (but maybe you have a different idea for placement ).Arana said:Thanks Clive recieved my large batch of cuttings and planted them last night, will post some photos once it's took hold
I will be prunning mine in the next few days I will send Matt some stemsceg4048 said:Matt, I just sent the last of my clippings to Arana mate. It'll be a few weeks before they grow back maybe Paulo can spare a few stems? He seems to have the knack.
Send me a PM and I will sort you out some when I next prunn it, should be next week. Have sent to a couple of people already, grows very well in my tank and its pearling all the time nowdurtydurty said:Can I be bit a scrounger and ask if anyone has any clippings of this going spare, I will make a donation to UKAPs if some one explains how to me if someone could send me some!!
Thanks in advance
ceg4048 said:Hi planter,
Normally as the stems grow and things get a bit bushier they start blocking flow. The first victim is normally CO2 distribution to the lower leaves. You might try to tweak either flow or bubble rate or both. Try doing this in combination with topping and replanting the tops.