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Old 07-14-2013, 09:50 PM   #1 
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Carpeting?

How long should it take for a 10 gallon tank to carpet with dwarf sag?

I have two 25 watt flurorscent bulbs (dont know kel, guessing 5000k per bulb)
I think that gives me moderate light (dont know)

And I have 8 little dwarf sag at the moment
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And how do they reproduce
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Help please?
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I got this from aquaticplantcentral.com

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Planted densely, the 0.5cm wide leaves have the ability to grow to 60cm. Less dense plantings keeps the leaves short, in the 5-10cm range. "S. subulata" is a fast grower, and as it propagates by runners, it can quickly form a dense carpet. Sometimes, this plant will send long flower stems to the surface which bear small white flowers.
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