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Re: [APD] Anubias lanceolata

Thought I had. I just did a normal *Reply*.  I guess the message had come directly from you to my mailbox for some reason rather than the list. Barr's stuff does something similar, but usually goes presents both APD and his mailbox as return paths.
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----- Original Message ----
From: Donald Hellen <donhellen at horizonview_net>
To: S. Hieber <shieber at yahoo_com>
Sent: Monday, June 5, 2006 7:07:06 PM
Subject: Re: [APD] Anubias lanceolata

Thanks, but you might send this to the list so the
original person interested in this plant might benefit.
The information is good to know, though, so thanks.

On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 08:18:26 -0700 (PDT), "S. Hieber"
<shieber at yahoo_com> wrote:

>You can plant it at the top, letting just the "roots" be buried but not the "rhizome".
>They do fine that way. In fact the substrate will become well infused with Anubias "roots." 
>They also don't seem to mind floating if they don't get too hot or burned form the lights.
>I think so long as the rhizome isn't buried and the plants stays moist with a moderateamount of light and food, they do fine.
>----- Original Message ----
>From: Donald Hellen <donhellen at horizonview_net>
>To: RSAPP at ma_rr.com; aquatic plants digest <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
>Sent: Monday, June 5, 2006 10:51:50 AM
>Subject: Re: [APD] Anubias lanceolata
>On Mon, 5 Jun 2006 01:31:02 -0400, "Bob Sapp"
><RSAPP at ma_rr.com> wrote:
>Since it is an
>>Anubias should it be planted on top of the substrate, rock or driftwood the
>>same as the Anubias barteri var. nana.
>Bob, so far as I know there's no anubias you don't tie
>to something. I got most of mine in rock wool too and I
>put some on wood with gum bands and some I poked into a
>crack in the wood, one I tied on a rock.  They're all
>doing fine. 
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