Ranunculus inundatus is an aquariumplant that comes from Australia. He is about 5 to 10 cm high and is easily recognized by palmachtige leaves. This makes it well suited to the tropical atmosphere in the aquarium to create.
The plant spreads via suckers. To the several inches form a new node with some of the petioles and the distinctive leaf. Divide the plant into individual pieces and plant the nodes with the roots a few centimetres from each other. Over time it will be a full field in the aquarium arise. The leaf colour remains almost always green and it grows well in moderate lighting. However, under intense lighting keeps the plant more compact.
After a short adjustment period, the plant can quickly grow. Regular removal of suckers is necessary to prevent these beautiful aquariumplant is unwanted by the aquarium spreads. These suckers can be planted so the plant can be increased. When he, as the foreground is applied, give him a lot of light. In the middle zone, he can with less light, the stalks masked with lower plants or hardscape.
|Light requirements:||0.5 W/L|
|CO2 needs:||6-14 mg/L|
|Level of difficulty:||On average|
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!
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