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I just picked up a really beautiful rotala indica plant today from a local fish store and I was doing some research on how to propagate the plant but I don’t feel comfortable doing that yet. I wanted to post here since we have some plant wizards in here lol. But yes, I would greatly appreciate it if a kind soul would tell me some knowledge on how to trim up some rotala. Edit- what’s the easiest/hardiest shrimp to keep? Preferably ones that breed fairly easy. I’ve never kept shrimp so I really don’t know too much about them but the basics
This post is primarily directed at Cory as I can’t seem to find an email for him, but any thoughts or comments are definitely appreciated from anybody. I have a background in retail greenhouses and plant production as well as several degrees in “aquatic” sciences. As I am presently retiring a long dormant thought about creating an aquatic plant nursery (primarily wholesale) has resurfaced after being dormant for a few years. Being mildly “A Retentive” I am putting a business plan together for said adventure. So I need some info. What types of aquatic plants would be most economically viable to grow in our current Covid devastated business environment? What wholesale prices would I be competing against with the aforementioned plants? Iam guessing that a bunch of your stock at the co op comes or came in from SE Asia so what wholesale price point would I need to match or exceed to lure a business such as yourself into ordering from Made or Planted in the USA? This info would be extremely helpful in creating a business plan. Thank you!