Lighting and Ferts:
Subwassertang likes a medium to low light tank but can do very well in a hi-tech tank providing you can give it stable Co2 concentrations and traces of fertilizer.
It also seems to really appreciate me adding extra montmorillonite clay into the aquarium and is visibly greener a week after dosing.
This plant reproduces by division, you can break off small pieces of subwassertang and it will grow a whole new plant. This plant should also not be planted into the substrate or it will die.
Subwassertang also wrongly gets called Round Pellia which is a different species of plant altogether.
For ideas on what to do with your subwassertang see my videos below, you can also make Subwassertang ropes to hang in your aquariums which look very attractive once they fill in or you can attach it to things like driftwood, it will also attaches to things like a rock. Subwassertang also likes a medium flow rate in a tank. The Subwassertang I sell might also contain the odd piece of duckweed and it might also have snails in it but I do try my best to remove all visible things that shouldn’t be there if you want 100% pest free plants you need to buy invitro plants and not from me.
If you are interested in buying Subwassertang you can do so here
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