Thread: Simple Way to Anchor/Tie Plants
08-17-2011, 07:00 AM #21
0When I go fishing I just place a sharp rock in the water and sit there waiting for all the dead fish to float to the top... Kingfisher
Brutal honesty will be shown on this screen.
I think my fish is adjusting well to the four gallon, He's laying on his side attempting to go to sleep on the bottom of the gravel.
Tolerance is a great thing to have, so is the ability to shut up.
I can explain it to you, but I can't understand it for you.
08-17-2011, 07:05 AM #22
the blue one i seen and was the first one i picked up and was about to get then i asked for help and the guy picked something else and said that he wasnt sure if they were safe or not . now i know and will be picking a tube or 2 of the blue one. thnx.110g All Male Peacock/Hap Tank
02-25-2012, 04:43 PM #23
thread around the middle part of the rhizome and around the driftwood several times always works for me... unfortunately sometimes the thread is hard to maneuver if your hands get wet, so have a towel nearby. also, thread dissolves after a period of time in water, so once your anubia has attached, voila, it's gone.
03-04-2012, 06:12 AM #24
Penn Plax makes lead weights (the lead doesn't hurt the fish) and are cheap at Big Al'sDefine busy ~
29 gal freashwater
10 gal empty ~ someday Betta
4 cats, 1 dog and 2 kids. (2yr-4yrs) Potty Training and one on the way
03-04-2012, 12:46 PM #25
03-22-2012, 10:31 PM #26
I cut the bottom off a plastic soda bottle (16-oz size), poked two holes in it, then smeared aquarium cement to glue gravel around the rim, inside & out.
When it's dry (2 days), rinse well & tie a piece of wood to it with fishing line, threading it through the holes. Use more fishing line to tie the plant to the wood.
Place in tank, then sprinkle gravel to cover the rest of the plastic.
03-22-2012, 10:33 PM #27