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trimming stem plants (esp. cabomba)
i've been trimming my cabomba once a week and trading it to my lfs. i
alternate which stems i cut so that some are always flowing across the
tank. my worry is that im not cutting them correctly, i can see taht some of
the stems grow back quicker than others. i do try to always cut at an angle
and near the junction of the leaf whorls.
Is there some technique that is best for cutting stem plants?
any advice would be appreciated.
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