Do you know if Zip Ties are Aquarium safe? Like do they give off anything poisonous in the water?Lately I have been enjoying the "camo" pack of zip ties. Also use a fair amount of super glue. And then of coarse just putting them in the substrate.
Crypts are root feeders and will enjoy soil if you have it or root tabs if you have inert substrates, like gravel or sand.
I have used rubber bands without problem for a while, and I have seen other forums that say they are ok though most people tend to stay away from the colored ones. I have also heard that they disintegrate over time but that it is not harmful, though this has not happened to me.Is rubber from rubber bands aquarium safe?
When I do water changes, many plants end up floating to the top of the aquarium. Sometimes this happens even without water changes. Maybe my substrate is not deep enough or something.ming unless they're planted. Long tweezers are your friend.
Do you have photos of your tank?When I do water changes, many plants end up floating to the top of the aquarium. Sometimes this happens even without water changes. Maybe my substrate is not deep enough or something.
I was thinking of maybe attaching to a small piece of wood just to get the plant to sink to the bottom where it could take root in the substrate.
It would act just as an anchor until the rooms could take form.
Any thoughts ?