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Re: [APD] sword root tabs -- or- Poking at substrates
Nail on the head, Jerry. Submerged, nutirents can be all around but CO2 can be hard to find. In the air, CO2 is plentiful but ya gotta dig deep for the other stuff. Two very diff situations from a feeding standpoint.
I think perhaps the somewhat psuedonymonous Mark R was suggesting that I would be inconsistent in my views. To assume he meant otherwise would mean that got me remarks completely backwards.
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----- Original Message ----
From: Jerry Baker <jerry at bakerweb_biz>
To: aquatic plants digest <aquatic-plants at actwin_com>
Sent: Friday, July 28, 2006 2:08:39 AM
Subject: Re: [APD] sword root tabs -- or- Poking at substrates
Mark R wrote:
> I think it's hilarious that if someone isn't following the latest fashion in
> aquatic gardening it raises the ire of the APD. I remember the same attitude
> on this list several years ago when somebody dared to suggest that Flourite
> wasn't all it was cracked up to be. I imagine in a few years you'll be
> screaming at us because we don't realize that the aquatic plants we grow are
> actually terrestial plants and need substrate fertilization.
I would imagine that they need substrate fertilization when they are
terrestrial since they're kind of limited to absorbing nutrients that
way. Something about nitrate and ammonium not being easy to get into
solution with air.
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