Join Date: Jan 2005
Location: Kansas City, MO
my first experience with stems so far...
I have stargrass, hygrophilia, and cabomba. By far the stargass the doing the best followed by hygrophila and finally cabomba.
The stargass has really taken off. Is at the height of my aquarium. Is there a way to promote more horizontal growth? Should I just cut the top parts off so it looks more like a middle plant?
The hygrophilia is also about the height of my aquarium I have to regularily cut and take peices of it out.
The cabomba is problematic. Right now it grows a good 1.5 to 3in between nodes where it springs leaves. Its not as good looking as when I got it. Is there a way to make it grow more/denser leaves?
my tanks specs:
29gal, 2x65W, Pres CO2, 3in EcoComplete