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- 2 years
I got to looking at my red cryptocoryne wendtii, and I could see where there were several distinct plants growing out of what used to be all in one pot. The pot is long gone and the plant has been growing well. Anyway... I couldn't leave well enough alone and I uprooted it and seperated all the plants. I now have 4 nice ones and several small ones. I'm sure some crypt rot is inevitable, but does anyone have any suggestions on how to care for them while they re-establish themselves? I stuck a few root fertilizer tabs in the area, but I don't know anything else to do for them. I'll get some picks up in a couple days.