LONG planting tool recommendation?
My tank is 24" deep and 18" front to back and there is no way on earth that this short lady is going to be able to plant all the vals, etc. along the back that should be arriving next week.
I do have some 10" or so tweezers that I use for my glasswork that I tried planting a parviflorus with, but it just wouldn't stay anchored in the eco-complete. That stuff is so light that it is becoming a HUGE challenge to get anything planted without using my fingers!
Soooo, does anyone know of some needlenose tweezers that are over a foot long? Or hemostats or something? My LFS has one of those plastic grabber things but I know if I had trouble with tweezers not letting the eco-complete fall back around the roots to hold the plant down, then the thick stubby "fingers" of that tool are not going to be of much help at all.
2500g koi pond, 56g community tank, 29g community tank