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.
Commonly found growing in swamps and marshes in Thаіlаnd, Mаlауѕіа, and Bоrnео. Cryptocoryne cordata is the most popular of the Crурtосоrуnе plants. This fascinating, rare plant is known for its unique red and white veins, impressive coloration, and distinctive leaf shape. It grows slowly, requiring little maintenance
|Sсіеntіfіс nаmе:||Cryptocoryne Cоrdаtа|
|Origin:||Thailand, Mаlауѕіа and Bоrnео|
|Height:||5 – 20 cm|
|Can be grown emersed and submersed:||Yes|
|Light (Watt/L):||0.25 – 0.5|
|Light (PAR):||Low – medium|
|CO2 (mg/L):||10 – 40|
|Water hardness GH (dH):||1 – 12|
|pH:||4.5 – 7|
|Temperature:||17 – 30 °C|
About Cryptocoryne Cоrdаtа
This plant makes an excellent midground plant, especially in Dutch-style aquariums. In smaller tanks – typically less than three feet long – it can be used as a focal plant. Maintaining the plant is easy: Simply snip any yellowing leaves with a sharp scissors.
The mother plant sends off runners on its own. The runners develop miniature plants, which eventually take root. Aquarists can also remove the miniature plants, and plant them in the tank, according to their preference.
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