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carpet plant material

What kind of material do you people use?
I know most people will say/use steel mesh.
But what other kind of material is good for growing
Out a carpet.
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You can use a round flat pebble or a bit of flat slate and tie on moss or riccia. Then you can pick them up, trim and rinse and pop back down where they belong and just might avoid bits of them floating around the tank.


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Have anyone use slate from Lowes?
The slate are use for flooring,walking, and etc.
Say 100% Natural stone.

What about tile?
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