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> Hey Folks
> New to this sight, and new to Aquarium gardening as well. I just
> hooked up my 30 gal aquarium to CO2 and CF lighting about 4 weeks
> ago. A plant that I thought had died about 4 months ago came
> rapidly back to life. Now that I am reading about aquarium
> gardening, I am pretty sure it is Aponogeton Ulvaceus. Now, it
> appears to be throwing 2 flower spikes.
> I am looking for advice about whether to trim these flowers off. I
> have read that Apoogeton species like to go into a contraction
> (dormant) phase. I want to keep mine vegetative as long as
> possible, and would gladly sacrifice the flower spikes if this kept
> the plant in leaf longer, or helped build a more robust plant. In
> addition, the one pic I could find of a Aponogoton flower didn't
> look like all that much. would love to be corrected on any of this
> if I am incorrect...Any advice would be much appreciated.
> thank you for creating this fun sight!
fred from boston
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