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Old 10-07-2014, 07:44 PM   #1
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Rotala wallichii question

Is it normal for my rotala wallichii to "close up" at night?

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Yes I believe it is normal. Mine do. I thinks its the plants way of saying "That's enough, time for a nap!" I've seen this occur other plants such as cabomba.


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Many stem plants close up at night including Wallichii.
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Yes I believe it is normal. Mine do. I thinks its the plants way of saying "That's enough, time for a nap!" I've seen this occur other plants such as cabomba.


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Mine too,some of my ludwiga does it as well

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Thanks for your responses. I'm glad to hear it's normal and not a fert problem.

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