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Regarding Rotala acrandra and Hygrophila 'araguaia'

Eridinus

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Hi guys,

I recently used some aquarium solvent, clay root tabs (clay balls with nutrients), and some rocks to plant the flora named in the title onto the rocks.

Does anyone have any experience regarding growing these? I am using CO2 and high light levels.

Thanks in advance!
 

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I assume the title has a typo. I know of Rotala macranda and it does pretty well. It is normally planted in the substrate and grows well.

I don't know of the particular Hygrophila but most Hygrophilas are easy to grow and you plant them in the substrate and they take off.

Both plants can be propagated by taking cuttings about 6-10 inches long and planting them in the substrate.
 

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