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Re: [APD] Plant & Nutrient Imbalance ID
I think you are already an accomplished aquatic gardner getting where you are with this plant (Nesaea pedicellata) . The first picture is certainly the more characteristic with the red stems. I've been keeping it emersed for a few years and occasionally I stick a stem or two into the tank. It always deforms. Even when it doesn't the stems get that undulating curly look.
Since I cant say I've been successful with it I hesitate to give advice, but my guess is it will do better in a slow growing moderate light situation, as long as the older leafs can be kept algae free.
Yes it is a challenge, and I think your right, if you can grow this one, eustralis and ammannia should be a breeze.
The pictures in Kassellman are impressive, the plant looks great, but all I could think was howdydodat ?
> Message: 3
> Date: Thu, 19 Feb 2004 13:43:17 -0800
> From: "Rachel Sandage" <rachelsor at hotmail_com>
> Subject: [APD] Plant & Nutrient Imbalance ID
> To: "Aquatic Plants Mailing List" <Aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
> Can anyone tell me what plant this is, and what nutrient imbalance might be making it grow in this stunted & strange way?
> I think the plant might be Nesea pedicellata. The tank has a GH or 5, from adding CaCO3 and Mg.
> I feel like if I could figure out how to get this plant to grow unstunted I would really be a successful aquatic
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