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Re: [APD] Rotala indica
Yep. Me too. I've seen it grow under a reasonably wide
range of lighting and various degrees of neglect. It's at
its best with lots of food and light and CO2 but it's a
nice stem plant for slower grwoing tanks too, imo.
--- Liz Wilhite <satirica at gmail_com> wrote:
> On 9/9/05, Jerry Baker <jerry at bakerweb_biz> wrote:
> > Rotala needs light. A lot of light. Your tank should
> have around 200+
> > watts of lights on it. In other words, five 4-foot
> fluorescent tubes or
> > more. Does it have this much light?
> I am growing rotala in an 18G tall tank with 26W of
> light and Excel. It's
> not rampant growth but its very healthy and definitely
> growing. It doesn't
> have to have high light.
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