Wednesday, June 26, 2019

Rotala

All Aquatic Mag’s Rotala stems are grown in submersed conditions versus other aquarium shops or nurseries, which means they are less likely to melt when being introduced to your aquarium. Find out more information below on Rotala

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Know Your Rotala

Rotala is an ideal plant for backgrounds, Typically reaching 12 inches (30cm) within in few months in some aquariums. Most Rotala’s are classified in the range of low-medium light conditions excluding a few rarer species that have more demands. All Rotala plants excel enormously when co2 injection is added to the water column; but typically required more intake nutrients and lighting to get the fullest potential.

Rotala Propagation

Rotala can easily be propagated from maintenance trimming. With all Rotala stems, just by cutting the stems in portions and replanting them into the substrate will promote new growth. Rotala also sends out side shoots through its nodes when in more ideal conditions. Best recommendation is to cut Rotala stems into smaller portions that consist of a node and internode for replanting. Typically nodes from the rotala will have roots growing out of it which makes it even a better candidate for propagation.