Cabomba is a common background plant used by many aquarists across the world, due to its popularity and less maintenance there are many people who would want to use Cabomba in their aquarium. Hence, we have picked up the top questions from google search and have answered as part of this post.

Does Cabomba need a substrate?

Yes, Cabomba needs a rich substrate to grow and to get planted. They will have to be planted at least an inch deep in the substrate to grow.

How tall does Cabomba grow?

In the wild Cabomba grows between 12 to 31 inches or 30 to 80 centimeters. In-home aquarium conditions I have personally seen grow up to 20 inches or 60 centimeters

Is Cabomba a fully submerged plant?

Cabomba is a fully submerged aquarium plant, they don’t grow out of water.

Does Cabomba need co2?

It is not a mandate to induce Co2, however hey would rich substrate and bright light.

How do you propagate a Cabomba?

Cabomba is a stem plant and to propagate you have cut the stem of the plant with 2 to 3 inches height and plant them in a rich substrate.

What is the ideal temperature for Cabomba?

The ideal temperature for Cabomba is 72 to 82 degrees Fahrenheit or 22 to 27 degrees centigrade.

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