Salvinia auriculatais a floating fern species with leaves of 1 to 3 cm. When there is sufficient light and power supply is present, the drijfplant to grow rapidly. Pale leaves are a sign of a lack of sporenlementen. Plants that grow, will have less access to light. The leaves grow hairs, making them water-resistant.
This drijfplant prevents algae growth, as it is a lot of light at love and at the same time a lot of nutrients out of the aquarium include. In the wild the plant can be very large. In an open aquarium is the drijfplant the most decorative, because the beautiful top is visible.
Salvinia auriculata was formerly known as Salvinia natans.
|Dutch name:||Small rafting|
|Light requirements:||0.25 W/L|
|CO2 needs:||0-6 mg/L|
|Level of difficulty:||Easy|
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!
Excellent plant, healthy and clean
Mooi gezond plantje, transport goed doorstaan en goed verpakt.
Snelgroeiende drijfplant met een haartjes aan de oppervlakte die het apolaire karakter veroorzaken