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- Subject: Ulvaceous explosion!
- From: "Kirk M." <triax at bellsouth_net>
- Date: Tue, 15 Jul 2003 22:52:34 -0500
2 weeks ago I bought an aponogeton ulvaceous, with leaves that were about
6" long. They are now over 2 feet long and have outgrown my 75 gallon
tank. The stalks of the leaves are easily a foot long, with the leaves
attached to them being even longer. Is this normal for this plant, and is
there any way to slow its growth (odd question to ask in a forum about
GROWING plants)? It's such a beautiful plant, I hate to get rid of it, but
it's shading everything else out.
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