Plant Name: Water Lotus
Plant Type: Floating
Benefits: This pond plant is one of the oldest cultivated aquatic plants out there for your water garden.
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try to sell plants at a local fish club using latin names and watch the rolling of eyes. One of the 'club elders' commented, "do you use CO2 and all professional" answer: yes, but I don't have 30 aquariums at home, neither.-that's what I would have LIKED to say
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I've barely started the process with aquatic plants; when I worked in pet shops and nurseries years ago, the botanical names weren't emphasized much in sales or labeling.
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Trade names for aquatic products with glyphosate as the active ingredient include Rodeo®, AquaMaster®, and AquaPro®. This systemic broad spectrum herbicide is used to control floating-leaved plants like water lilies and shoreline plants like purple loosestrife. It is generally applied as a liquid to the leaves. Glyphosate does not work on underwater plants such as Eurasian watermilfoil. Although glyphosate is a broad spectrum, non-selective herbicide, a good applicator can somewhat selectively remove targeted plants by focusing the spray only on the plants to be removed. Plants can take several weeks to die and a repeat application is often necessary to remove plants that were missed during the first application.American waterweed () is what many people commonly think of as "that aquarium plant"; It is also known by several other common names such as Canadian waterweed, common elodea, or anacharis. The use of these names causes it to be confused with similar-looking nonnative plants like Brazilian elodea or hydrilla. American waterweed is an attractive aquarium plant, and is a good substitute for Brazilian elodea since it is native to Washington's lakes, ponds, and rivers. In fact, due to its availability in the aquarium trade, it has been introduced to several countries where it is not native, and is now considered a noxious weed in those regions (parts of Europe, Australia, Africa, Asia, and New Zealand).