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FS/FT: E. Tenellus (or trade for Val)

Hey guys, as the title says, I am looking to sell a few portions of e tenellus.
Asking $5 a portion. All portions are very healthy

Willing to trade for Vallisneria americana or Vallisneria nana

Available in brooklyn/queens/manhattan
pm me or email me @ ur4nyc@gmail.com

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anyone?
If not then I have a tank load of e tenellus for sale. very healthy portions


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I'm pretty sure I have vallisneria nana. Most if not all of them have some hair algae growing at the top though. Also might carry along MTS & pond snails.
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I'm pretty sure I have vallisneria nana. Most if not all of them have some hair algae growing at the top though. Also might carry along MTS & pond snails.
How large of a portion do you have? Snails stand no chance in my tank


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You have such a beautiful tank.

use root tabs or ferts to keep the plants so lush?

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You have such a beautiful tank.

use root tabs or ferts to keep the plants so lush?
Thank you very much. No root tabs and ferts I used only for about a week when I just planted the tenellus. Its under 2wpg using catalina t5ho fixture running for about 8-9hrs/day, and pressurized co2.
Tenellus is a very easy plant, no need for trimming. Just plant it and let it do its thing.

Heres how the tank looked beginning of January
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I don't really have a lot to spare, at most 2-3 plants that each have around 8-15 leafs. One of them literally has 4 runners though that are developing quite nicely.
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