Originally Posted by Safado
I would recomend people avoid Najas in a regular planted tank. I have some ing my 10g, and am very happy with it. I have some in my 55 g, and went through what I hear a lot of people go through with glosso or Riccia.
Wow, I have a plant that is doing really well.
This is getting old trimming it every other day
how did it get on that side of the tank?
Ok, now I have ripped it out, how is it still coming back???
I have pulled every bit I could find for the last two months. because it breaks in little pieces, some of it seems to escape me. So while this is a great plant, add it to your tanks with the knowledge it may be hard to get rid of.
I agree to a certain extent. Najas is a very fast growing plant and it can get out of control quickly. However, I've never had a difficult time getting rid of it. It's easy to pull out by hand then scoop the rest out with a net.