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In a message dated 97-10-24 15:53:57 EDT, you write:
Could you please explain how you used the philadendron cuttings to lower
the phosphate level in your tank.
Philadendrons are "Phosphate intensive " rain forest plants. She floated her
cuttings in styrofoam with the cut ends sticking down into the water. I have
taken rooted cuttings and placed them directly into the substrate gravel when
using (Egad!!NOOO!!!) an UGFilter. They perform quite well, and the Pathos
variety is qite attractive. The Heart-shape Philo always seemed to thrive
better submersed for me.
Bob Dixon In Boise, where the cold is starting to kill the roses.