Dennerle Glossostigma elatinoides In-Vitro
A subtle, creeping marsh plant native to Australia, popularised in the 1980s by Takashi Amono. Now world-famous, it is frequently used in aquaria in the aquascaping style. Successful cultivation requires very good lighting and a good CO2 supply. The easiest way to bed in the delicate shoots is to use plant tweezers. First divide the pot plant into individual pieces, then plant each of these a few centimetres apart.
+ for the foreground of the aquarium
+ Temperature Range: 20-26°C
+ CO2-Requirements: 20-30 mg/l
+ demanding species with high light requirements
Dennerle plant-it! In-Vitro plants are cultivated in the laboratory under sterile conditions. They are supplied in a 7 cm, sealed tub filled with nutrition jelly. The small plants are completely free of algae and snails and can be planted directly. This product is ideal for smaller aquaria and Nano Cubes and for modern aquascaping. But they are also suitbale for larger aquariums and tanks which are already setted up.
The top right hand corner of the packaging very clearly shows how much care each plant requires. Before introducing the plants, the nutrient medium simply has to be rinsed and the plants divided. Clean it, cut it, PLANTit!Do you have questions about this article ?