The rocks are a good addition to what you started with.
I would suggest you find a rock that is larger as the mother
rock. In a true iwagaumi, you have one larger stone with two
complimentary stones. I would replace the one in the center.
Thanks for your reply!
I didn't really have a plan when i started all this.
After that i just wanted to let the Glosso and Rotala grow out, to get a lush nature look.
Then i added some stone, and now I think you are right.
Now it looks like a bit iwagumi-ish (is that a word? ).
I'll just let everything grow for now cause the tank is only 2 weeks old.
And in the meantime I'll try to get some bigger rocks.
I know and im well aware of that.
But i've had a total wipe-out twice in my last setup knowing and doing the same thing.
There was no ammonia or nitrate in the tank.
I narrowed it down to nutrient overdose(CO2?,micro?) or Inpaichthys kerri eating them.
Is there a point keeping these ferts so high up after lowering light intensity?
It already starts to shoot vertical in the very thickest part, i just keep trimming of the shoots and replant them.
I'll take your advice and trim it in 1/2 weeks.
Also got some minor melting going on but only the initial plantings though.
I hope/think its the emerse leaves dying off or maybe tweezer damage.