So I planted my first tank about 6 weeks ago, maybe more, tank was perfect, not one hitch in the growing of the tank, even managed to get it fully stocked without any problems.
But I made one mistake, I planted some stem plants in the back corner to densely, caused me to have 25% of my tank uninhabitable for any of my livestock because roots sprouted all over the place and unable to trim due to location.
So today I took them out, I trimmed them down fully, then grabbed as many roots as I could and got them out.
Iíve replanted my first ďadvancedĒ plant which is Rotala Wallichii, I have decent lighting and co2 so hopefully it survives. The second plant is Echinodorus Martii.
My question is Iím assuming the old plants cannot regrow from a tiny root left under soil?
Iíve attached photos of before and after.
Ps. My carpet plant is still not growing as full as I assumed, I have read that my soils may not be fine enough for it, but Iíve seen many photos of the same soil being used and a full carpet spread, any tips?
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