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    Hello, can any one give me any info on these plants? and explain how most of you anchor them to the bottom of your tank?

    I currently have them spread threw my tank and i am using the led strip they gave me to keep them at the bottom , but some of them it was not enough to keep them down so i put a stainless steel nut threw the led which helped them stay down, i also used on the smaller clumps a twisty tie to keep them at the bottom covered with rocks of course,now i have had to redo this 3x now becuase they were not tight enough and some stems came out and were floating in the tank, so i made it tighter around the bottom stems, i hope it's not to tight? so they won't grow? they seem to be fine at the moment but i m not sure i did this right, i dont want to kill them,i also have the plant liquid called flourish i beleive.

    Any info will help and heres a pic to thanks people!




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    It's a high light plant that will do best with some CO2. How many wpg do you have on the tank?
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    Hey whats the CO2 all about? I use Flourish excel (1 cap full everyday) and then i use Flourish comprehensive supplement 2-3x a week. What is the CO2 procedure and how much for it? Other than that i went to plant geek and im exact on there qualifications for my peticular plant. and my MAIN Q. is how do i get them to stay at the bottom of the tank ......lol thanks guys.

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    You can tie it to driftwood with fishing line.
    Here is a good article on a DIY co2 for your tank.
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