I have some bacopa stems in my tank. They keep floating up. How can I plant them so that they dont float up?
This was very helpful. Thank you.I also try to keep a little bit of leaf on stem as mentioned above then using tongs or tweezers I push into substrate and gentely wiggle tongs a little as I lift up to let substrate fill in around stem before I tottaly remove tongs it can deff get frustrating at times hang in there y'all get the knack that works for you lots of trial & error and fowl language lol
Don't use them. It won't kill the plant, but it will cause that portion to die. Those metal anchors are only for retailers usage.Hi! I plant my bacopa in stem by stem. Sometimes they float up. So i was thinking of using those bendable plant anchors and "squish" the bottom of the stem a bit for easy planting. Will that kill the plant?
Any tips or advice would help. Thank you!
If some of the stems are leafless then all you need to do is push that stem into the substrate. It ain't complicated.Some part what if the stems don't have leaves? I pinched away all the bad leaves