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    How would I clean my carpet of Lilaeopsis brasiliensis?

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    Some folks don't. Some folks gently brush the top of the carpet.

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    What about sucking with a tube? Would it pluck out the plant?

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    Not if you do it right.

    Its not something you can really show or describe. You definitely wouldn't be jamming the vac into the carpet like many do their substrate. It's more of a wave gently over it ... you can vary the distance of the tube to control suction strength.


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    What's bothering me is that I'll want to grow more plants than just Lilaeopsis, so I'm not sure if I should plant them together, or if at first I can grow the carpet of Lilaeopsis brasiliensis and then add more plants?

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    Could someone please answer my last question, I really want to know :)

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    Since you plant the carpet plants spaced out, it doesn't really matter. They have to grow into "carpet-ness". And even after they've grown in, you can just uproot a patch if you want to plant something in a particular spot.

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