Cm brasiliensis is a common species to a lawn in the aquarium. The plant originally comes from South America and it is with much relief some 4 to 7cm high. But too much lighting is also not advisable.
When planting in the aquarium, it is advisable to have small portions to plants (ca.1/8 pot) with a gap of a few centimeters. Not everyone has as much success with this species to keep. Because of the slow growth, he is sensitive to baardalg. When the plant or in the right circumstances, it is held, it is a real asset.
Cm brasiliensis is a beautiful aquariumplant for the foreground. The green color contrasts nicely with the green of, for example, Staurogyne !
Properties Cm brasiliensis
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Why In-vitro aquarium plants?
In vitro plants are in a laboratory under sterile conditions grown. Small pieces of plant tissue are on the special gel and placed new, healthy, algenvrije, free of pesticides, slakkenvrije, disease-free plants to grow on in the pot. One jar is filled with plenty of young shoots, full of growth potential!
Instructions for use for in vitro aquarium plants: Rinse carefully all the gel carefully from the plant under a faucet. Cut the plants into small portions. Plant the cuttings as much as possible, separately from each other with a fine pair of tweezers. Let it grow!