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Bacopa monnieri 'compact'

Bacopa monnieri 'compact'

Bacopa monnieri 'compact' is a cultivar of Bacopa monneri and grows more compact. Under good lighting creeps this bright green aquariumplant even on the bottom.


TRO-044A

Tropica

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    Bacopa monnieri 'compact'

    Bacopa monnieri 'compact' is a cultivar of Bacopa monneri and grows more compact. Under good lighting creeps this bright green aquariumplant even on the bottom.

    By the vertically growing shoots to buds, the plant is low and compact. Also, sufficient light and CO2 fertilization make for a more compact growth. A beautiful plant for the middle area or to a higher carpet or bunch. The plant is also in the trade under the wrong name Hedyotis salzmannii, but this is, however, a very different kind.


    Bacopa monnieri 'compact' is a beautiful plant for the foreground in a big aquarium or a bunch to make between hardscape or voorgrondplanten !

    Properties Bacopa monnieri 'compact'

    Synonyms:Hedyotis salzmannii (incorrectly)
    Type:Stengelplant
    Origin:Cultivar
    Growth rate:Quickly
    Height:3-10+ cm
    Light requirements:0.25 W/L
    CO2 needs:0-6 mg/L
    Difficulty:very easy




    Article number:TRO-044A
    Product type:Aquariumplant
    Manufacturer:Tropica
    Type:Bacopa monnieri 'Compact'
    Dutch name:-
    Synonyms:Hedyotis salzmannii (incorrectly)
    Type:Stengelplant
    Height:3-10+ cm
    Origin:Cultivar
    Growth rate:Quickly
    Light demand:Low (0,25 Watts/L)
    CO2 needs:Low (0-6 mg/L)
    Color:light green, fresh green
    Level of difficulty:Easy
    pH tolerance:5 - 9
    Temperature:15 - 30°C
    Carbonate hardness:2 - 30°dKH
    Total hardness:2 - 25°dGH