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Thread: Utricularia graminifolia - My Experiences

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    Hmm well you have what looks like quite a clump above the water line and they look quite healthy, so that should not be an issue. Must have something to do with the daylength? I would think 14 hour daylength would be long enough though. Only other thing I can think of is perhaps temperature? or perhaps light intensity? Or perhaps a certain period of short days prior to long days?
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    Seasonal shifts in light color temperatures might play are role more than photoperiod. My Drosera grown under lights in my tropical tank and grow shelf flower even though I do not vary the photoperiod. While the plants do not receive direct sunlight the room they are in is well lit during the day from ambient sunlight through the windows.
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    Well finally got it to flower, info is located in this thread. http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...d.php?t=124571

    I took a photo of the back of the main tank and figured I'd share it here.

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    Awsome, I've gotta get growing some utrics. It looks great.

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    Nice decor! I want to grow plants like that!
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    Thought I'd add a link here. I finally managed to get some flowers. The only factor that is different with that one flowering pot and the other 40 places I have UG is that the pot is getting weekly low strength fertiziler. I never intended for UG to be in that pot, I missed a speck of it when I was planting the fern. Anyway here if the link.

    http://www.terraforums.com/forums/sh...86#post1000986

    I thought this looked interesting.
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    i grew mine on driftwood....highly recommended for planted aquaria, especially growing it emmerging.

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