Aquatic Tissue Culture Plants
Tissue culture plants are propagated in sterile packages where they grow in non-toxic, germ- and pest-free environments. Complete Aquatic Systems owns and operates our own tissue culture lab thus giving us total control over the varieties and quantities produced. Another benefit to having our own lab is that we don't have any middlemen to deal with.
Although it is best suited for nano aquariums, Ammania bonsai has compact, green leaves that complement tanks of various sizes. This versatile plant is typically planted in small groups, but it can also be used to create a dense carpeting effect. Increasing the light, CO2, and fertilizer the plant receives brings out the vegetation’s deep, red hue on the tips. Ammania bonsai care is not difficult, making it a great plant for aquarists of all skill levels.
|Sсіеntіfіс nаmе:||Ammania sp. ‘Bonsai’|
|Hеіght:||5 to 15 cm|
|Width:||0.5 to 1.5 cm|
|Temperature:||20 – 28 °C|
|Ideal substrate:||Aquarium sand, gravel or planted aquarium substrate|
About Ammаnіа Bоnѕаі
Ammania bonsai care involves providing moderate light, as well as CO2 and nutrients. Without CO2, the plant grows slower. Ammаnіа bоnѕаі is often used as a foreground plant, but under intense lighting, that tips of the plant turn a reddish color that makes it a fantastic accent. The plant produces round leaves that complement tanks with plants that have mainly oblong leaves.
Propagating Ammania bonsai is quick and easy. Simply cut the stem and replant it in the substrate. Because the plant grows slowly, it is important to anticipate its full growth to avoid over-propagating, especially when using the plant to create a carpeting effect.
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