01-17-2010, 11:45 AM
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Originally Posted by stephanieleah
about the bunk bulb, beetlebz, I just read earlier about aponogeton ulvaceous bulbs that if you wrap it in a wet paper towel and put it in a bag, then put it somewhere warm like near a lamp or heater (but be safe!) that it will jumpstart the growth.
Flip side--I also read that if they didn't have enough energy stored in the reserve before their dormancy period, they won't re-bloom.
Thank you for starting this thread because Natalie's reference back to that other article (the fertilizer thread) was SO interesting. I've just started using fertilizer root thingy-ma-bobs for my rooted plants and I'm crossing my fingers. I'll be posting pictures of all my new plants later on : )
I was hoping it would benefit others too. See like me in all these yrs I never used nothing (good source water) and really there's SO MANY products out there, this can quickly become confusing, specially for people new to planed tanks not knowing which plant is root feeding or not and why these special substrates are a wasted $ if you have stem plants etc...