Wabi Kusa advice

Discussion in 'Plant Help' started by Tom, 29 Aug 2016.

  1. Tom

    Tom Member

    Hey all,

    I'm using an ADA Wabi Kusa stem mix in my 45P, but it had been in the shop for a little while and is 'overgrown' to say the least.

    At what point is it ok to give it a trim? Would I be doing unneccessary damage if I trim it right away, or would that help stimulate growth?

    Thanks,
    Tom
     
  2. Eduard18

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    Hey! I think that when a plant it's about to overrun the other, it should be trimmed ; I had a Wabi Kusa once with : H. Cuba, Bacopa, Ranunculus, Polygonum Sao Paolo and Bacopa was always the one trying to overrun the others so I had to trim it very often and very hard, given the fact that originally it's a marsh plant

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  3. Tom

    Tom Member

    OK, thanks - as long as it won't hurt to trim straight away after submersion.
     
  4. Eduard18

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    No, it won't

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