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Re: [APD] Red Tiger Lotus Bulb
Step 1: Remove from tank and remove foliage.
Step 2: place in plastic bag.
Step 3: Place in insulated shipping box.
Step 4: send to me. :D
Seriously though, I would keep one going in the tank and sell the
others if you're not planning on using them soon. Dry storage has its
On Jan 31, 2008 10:55 AM, Matt Wassenhove <wass29 at qconline_com> wrote:
> I have 3 or 4 Red Tiger Lotus Bulbs in my 90 gallon tank tight now, and they
> are doing terrific. How can I dry them out or remove them from the tank and
> save them for use at a later time? They are doing so well that I have gone
> into the tank and hacked off all of the leaves several times so I could get
> some light to the rest of my plants on more than one occasion. I want to
> remodel my tank and don't want to keep them in there. I don't want to
> totally loose them since they are a neat plant and sometimes hard to find
> around here. When I bought them they were in a dry package and looked like
> they could sit on the shelf for quite a while. Any help you can give is
> always great.
> Matt W.
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