How to Grow and take care of aquatic plants.


Hi guys, and welcome back to our channel. I hope you had a diwali full of light and happiness. So friends, you must have already guessed from the intro that today we are going to show you how we grow aquatic plants and reproduce them very easily. 

And I'm also going to update you on the batch of goldfish fry that turned black and is still changing its color. We also have a mini update of new batch of goldfish rice. Those who are watching our channel for the first time, allow me to share with you that we make content on fish keeping aquatic plants and breeding videos. 

So do subscribe to our channel if you are interested and hit the bell. Notification to be notified every time we post a new video. So, without further ado, let's quickly get into the video. This is Beckopa Caroliniana, one of the easy to grow and care aquatic plants. 

It can survive in almost any condition. You can use any substrate, lighting or water parameters to grow it. We have used garden scent and planted it in submergeded conditions. This plant costs rupees 40 for just two to three stems in aquatic stores. 

You can easily propagate it by just trimming the ant as shown in the video and plant it back into the soil. It will grow in about two weeks. Close. It. That's very simple, right? Next we have hydrocodide verticellata, also known as Paniot. 

It is a fast growing plant. It can be grown both on land, in sunlight and also in immersed conditions. Maximum growth of the plant is achieved only in strong light. It does not need to be rooted. It grows by sending out runners. 

You can easily propagate it by cutting the connection to the other plant. It is also suitable for your garden ponds. Plant is Salvania minima. It is a first growing aquatic fern. The leaves have some root like structures that keeps them floating and upright. 

They grow pretty fast and can totally cover a small pond in just a week. It is very useful for breeding tanks, as these floating ponds can remove excess nutrients from the water, helping to maintain the nutrient balance. 

You can keep these plants in partial sunlight. These are the spores. Salvinia Minima grows through a saturation reproduction by means of spores. Next, we have duck wheat. Duck wheats are tiny, free floating aquatic green plants. 

This is a first gray aquatic plant, and it can double in just one to two days. It prevents algae growth by blocking the direct sunlight entering into your pond. It also has the ability to keep the water clean by absorbing any extra chemicals in water. 

Channel. This is Marcelia and is commonly known as water clover. This is an aquatic fern. You can grow these plants in water. Here you can see the whole body is submerged in water with just the leaves floating. 

We have planted these plants in a small tub with garden soil. It makes an excellent addition to your ponds. You can keep these plants in full or partial sunlight, but it can be grown in full shade as well. 

Here you can see these are water lettuce. Water lettuce are floating aquatic plants and are very easy to grow. They grow better in shade but need a warm environment to survive. You can use this in fish ponds because they do provide food and shelter for your fish. 

And if you find some of the leaves turning yellow then this may be because of direct sunlight exposure. Next we have java. Fern Java fern got its name from the Indonesian island of Java. It is one of the most common herdi aquarium plant because of its slow growth, beautiful looks and easy care. 


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