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Lilaeopsis brasiliensis - Tissue Culture

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Lilaeopsis brasiliensis, also known as "Micro Sword", is a foreground plant similar to grass in appearance. The plant grows to average height of between 2 and 5 inches, forming thick mats. It requires supplemental nutrients and very high lighting to thrive. The plant may survive but will not thrive or stay as compact in lower light conditions. Micro Sword can tolerate very low salinity brackish water environments.

"Tissue Culture" plants are lab-grown. They are offered in sealed cup and are grown in an artificial media, usually gel-based. This media should be rinsed off before planting and the individual plants can be separated for individual planting and aquascaping. Tissue Culture plants are typically free from nuisances like snails and algae.

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Specifications
MPN
C3350
Manufacturer
Common NameLilaeopsis brasiliensis - TC
Scientific NameLilaeopsis brasiliensis
OriginSouth America
Growth RateSlow
Plant pH6.0-8.0
Light IntensityHigh
Water HardnessModerate
Temperature Range72-80
DifficultyModerate
Internal Id
113110

State Restrictions
Alaska
Armed Forces Americas
Armed Forces Europe
Armed Forces Pacific
California
Hawaii
Puerto Rico

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