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Re: [AGA-Member] growing Hemianthus micranthemoides

I have no trouble with H micranthemoides growing very fast submersed with high light and plenty of CO2. If you trim it and replant the tops fairly often, you will soon have a nice patch. Then it will grow tall, as long as you have enough light penetrating to the bottom leaves. Without high light, it loses its lower leaves and eventually looks ...unkempt (messy, not cared for, neglected).


morcarmy@zahav.net.il wrote:
what is the fastest way? need to get a nice pieace from a small bunch i got. do u think it will do better on the emerged form or the submerged form with lots of light and co2?
Cheryl Rogers, Membership
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