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Hello,

I'm having an enormous amount of trouble getting my new dwarf baby tears to stay in my gravel. I've got a mixture of medium and fine Seachem Flourite in my aquarium and for some reason every day I walk into my room, a little patch of baby tears is floating around the tank. It's very frustrating and I'm not exactly sure what to do without damaging the plant. The roots weren't very long in the first place. Anyone have any advice??
 

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I sometimes have it pop up out of ADA substrates and the Fluval line and it's a nightmare. That usually only occurs when I haven't started it in dry form, though.

If you have tweezers, grab those roots and shove them down into the substrate. Maybe even deeper than you think they need to be.

While HC seems fragile, it's way more tough than you think.
 
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