Originally Posted by hotrodprincess
Thanks for the tips I dont want to have to completely re scape the hole thing. Last time I moved a 3 gal it just had rocks in it so it was no big deal it was also a 2 day drive to the new place we put the fish in a rubber maid container that had a vent lid on the top and I swapped out water half way through the trip I also used a straw and blew bubbles in the tub when ever we would stop. But this time it would have sand and plants I was worried it would all get mushed up and have to be completely re done. I would have help getting it into the car and most likely help getting it out of the car. We currently only have one fish a betta I would probably hold off on getting him any tank mates tell after the move.
Plants do make it tough. Even with just a bit of water in the tank the sloshing around can uproot stuff. I moved my 20L just across the room with maybe 15-20% water left and when I refilled it, most of my hairgrass has been ripped up as well as my Ludwigia. So if you're going to move with plants, I recommend draining it completely, and just misting every hour probably until it's full