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Anubias Rhizome Slicing

Dave Whittaker wrote:
>Hydroponically in bright light. Of course if one doesn't want to grow
>them emersed, they do very well attached to driftwood in bright light
>with CO2 addition. One divides them by slicing the rhizome with a razor
>blade. Submersed one Anubias bartieri var. nana went from ten to two
>hundred leaves in about two years under these conditions.

Do you slice all the way through the rhizome?

I sliced a rhizome all the way through, and I lost quite a bit of the
plant. Both halves recovered, but I was disappointed with the amount of
loss of plants as a result of the cutting.

Augustine Rodriguez
Rice Lake, WI, USA