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It's okay to fully submerge the roots. Every time I've grown any kind of dracaena in water (directly) I've kept the nodes above water. Even though the size is quite different, the concept is pretty similar to people who put pothos or other aroids in their tanks. Roots go under water, nodes go above.

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I have lucky Bamboo in 3 of my aquariums. I love the look they give to my aquariums, but it seems to me some take really good to my water while some  struggle or grow super slow. I think you get good stock or not. Definitely wash them good before putting in your aquarium and I put roots in the water close to the substrate and the leaves above the water. The roots can spread across the back of the aquarium kind of like pothos. 
 

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