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    Stem plants anchoring methods

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    Hi all. Just like to know how should one anchor stem plants into the substrate with amano effects? I am refering to stem plants with small leaves. Do you just insert the whole bunch together with the fibre attached at the bottom or segregate all from the fibre and plant one by one in close proximity? I find this to be not effective as it floats back to the surface. Can anyone help???

    Appreciate it.

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    Maybe you can check this link www.vectrapoint.com. It's the english publication of aquajournal Vol 33 - 36. Many articles on setup and planting.

    Enjoy!
    I have dwarf cichlids in my tanks! Do you?

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    You can try using a plant tweezer. It helps to plant those delicate stem plants like MM, MU, Glosso and other small plants like E.tenellus and Hair Grass. With a tweezer, you can group plants close together and reach quite narrow spaces.
    koah fong
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