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Of fertile substrate and aerial roots

Discussion in 'Advanced Strategies and Fertilization' started by brad, Feb 17, 2006.

  1. brad

    brad Prolific Poster

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    I was wondering if there`s any link between plants putting out aerial roots because we provide the ferts in the water colomn and they don`t have the choice. If we fertilized the substrate, would we see less aerial roots?
     
  2. aquabillpers

    aquabillpers Lifetime Charter Member
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    Re: Of fertile substrate and aerial roots

    I have a soil-based tank that doesn't receive any dosing. It has a large growth of hygrophila polysperma with almost no aerial roots. That would seem to support your theory.

    Bill
     
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