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RE: Co2 Reactor Updates
I'm sorry that I forgot to mention the species. I am planning on
purchasing the "Amazonicus" species. I think that I'll just get two or
three of them now that I've heard this... Sorry about the attachment; I
usually try to remember to disable it when sending to mailing lists, but
sometimes I forget! Sorry!
Date: Mon, 2 Jun 1997 20:33:28 -0500
From: krombhol at felix_teclink.net (Paul Krombholz)
Subject: Re: Planting dimensions
There are three species of "Amazon" swords, amazonicus, bleheri and
parviflorus. They all can get more than 1 foot high and shade an area of
at least 1 foot diameter. They should have at least 200 square inches.
Other species, such as osiris and uruguayensis (formerly horemanii) are
even larger. When these large swords are planted close together they stay
small and don't look very healthy. Remove the competition, and the
remaining one will grow rapidly and look much better.
Is there some way that you winmail users can prevent the attachment of all
that formatting data when you send to the aquatic plant digest?
Paul Krombholz Tougaloo College, Tougaloo, MS 39174,