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Re: [AGA-Member] Madgascar Lace bulb Blackening

I believe 28C is a tad too hot for this plant. 18C-26C
would be more like it.

good luck,
Scott H.
--- Ovais <ovais60@go4b.net> wrote:

> Dear Friends,
> I am keeping aquatic plants for 15 yrs+, I use filtered
> sunlight and rest 
> the natural way, no hi-tech gadgets.  Temp is never
> extreme, say between 
> 28~35C.
> I live in Karachi , a port city at sea level, with summer
> and mild winters, 
> lots of sun and reasonable humidity, very less rainfall.
> Time and again,  I tried lace plant, without success, as
> the bulb blackens 
> and eventually rots, giving some leaves at times , what
> is the general 
> experience in keeping this plant and any special
> recommendation, on 
> substrate, filtration, water movement,Hydrogen peroxide,
> companion planting 
> etc.
> ovais 
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