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Thread: Micro Sword

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    I bought 2 moderately large micro sword plants and planted them in my tank. They have grown extremely rapidly and now cover the whole bottom of the tank except for two other plants which are doing fine. How do I get rid of the micro sword it is quit embedded in the tank bottom and I want to get rid of some and also put some of it in a new tank I am making. Do I just rip it out or is there a better way to do it, thanks.

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    Yep, pretty much get a good clump of it with the root system on it. Then break it apart a bit more and put in small patches of it into the new tank.

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    If you want to sell any of it that you don't re plant, message me!
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    Thanks for the info I just took some out yesterday and the roots came out fine:D.

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