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Does anyone out there know why only some
quadricostatus plants produce runners and therefore
stay small, while others don't run and become quite
large. I recently bought 5 small plants in the hope
of producing a small densly covered area. Two plants
immediately put out runners and three weeks later
chains 5 (small) plants long have grown and these
have been redirected into circles to give the desired
effect .Unfortunately,during the same period, the
three other plants have grown to twice their
initial size and are spoiling the effect. Given that
they are the same plant (which I don't doubt), why
aren't these plants growing the same under the same
What causes plants to produce runners? Is the plant
stressed and is therefore attempting to colonise
better (distant) areas?
While I can easily move these now larger plants to
the rear of the tank,will they then produce runners
that will be hidden amongst my taller plants?
Why won't my plants behave?
Thanks in advance from a long time lurker.
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