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02-22-2019 12:18 PM
starlightbetta Great! Thank you both. I will do so when I get home later today!
02-21-2019 06:25 PM
Old Dog 59
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Originally Posted by Ratvan View Post
Cut it off where the root touches the stem, trim the ends of the roots (1cm max) to encourage growth. Then plant.

Typically you get a new plant every 3-4 inches
absolutely 100 % correct.
02-21-2019 03:09 PM
Ratvan Cut it off where the root touches the stem, trim the ends of the roots (1cm max) to encourage growth. Then plant.

Typically you get a new plant every 3-4 inches
02-21-2019 02:02 PM
starlightbetta
Amazon Sword

I have an amazon sword that had a long stem when purchased. Since purchasing, another plant with very long roots has grown on this stem. It is now too heavy and causes the stem to fall over.

I've tried to do research on if and how I can cut this new plant off, but can't find how I should go about doing this. Does anyone know how to do this?

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