Large water changes physically harming plants?
So I've had plants in my tank for about a week now. I have been cycling and doing large water changes to keep my nitrites down but I am a little worried about my plants.
For example, I have some anubias tied to driftwood higher up in the tank. When I do a big water change the leaves don't really support themselves and the plant, which is only loosely bound, bends over and the leaves bend quite a lot as well. It is really annoying to have to retie it every time.
So far there doesn't seem to have been any damage, but it does seem like there could be some risk involved, especially when I get this tank more heavily planted. Is this something to pay attention to or do you all generally not have issues with this?