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Old 11-20-2012, 10:48 AM   #41 
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How would one go about doing that? I'm willing to try.
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If I remember right new stalks grow from the stem and and can cut them and plant them when they are bigger.
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Old 11-20-2012, 11:56 PM   #43 
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If I remember right new stalks grow from the stem and and can cut them and plant them when they are bigger.
I believe ur right, I read somewhere when the top of the plant reaches the surface of the water it will begin to grow laterally then roots may start growing from the plant nodes??? I came home today and whadayaknow look what I noticed...



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Old 11-21-2012, 12:25 AM   #44 
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xD your bacopa is still very much alive :D

when your bacopa grows well, you can take a long stem and chop it up into a couple of different stems. it will then grow a new plant for each piece :D
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Thanks for wording it better.
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Thanks for the info, I hope I can make some bacopa babies soon lol
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They will be genetic copies remember.
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They will be genetic copies remember.
Errr... bacopa twins then?
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Yes but if they have the same genetic code they will have the same weaknesses.
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XD it's like a worm, if you cut it up it will grow another one. many plants can be propagated this way. so genetically they are the same. some plants only propagate this way
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