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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V5 #365

On Fri, 27 Sep 2002, Aquatic Plants Digest wrote:

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> Date: Fri, 27 Sep 2002 08:50:48 -0400
> From: "Kinney, Travis" <kinney at pdtarchs_com>
> Subject: Salvaging anubias
> David,
> The rhizome will be fine without leaves as long as the rot doesn't continue.
> Just place it your aquarium in a spot that get's some light and wait. After
> a month or so you should begin to see a little bump or two forming on the
> rhizome where a leaf will emerge. Contact me off list and I can send you a
> digital photo of the little 1/4" rhizome that I had that sprouted and is not
> 3-4" tall.
> - -Travis
> (ps  I'd cut the dead or badly damaged leaves.)
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Hi Travis,

Thanks for the info.  I'm glad to hear it.  The rhizome will probably only
be about 1/4" long after I'm done with it.  I think there will be a few
roots left.  Any idea if the roots will also grow back if all are gone?
I'd be glad to see a photo of your anubias.

Thanks again,