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    SCAPE Member Just Planted Darkfish's Avatar
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    20th auction results

    Buying some plants from 20th auction, so far have buce black tears, Java Moss and those unknown moss put in my tanks. They doing very well. Just want to share the results and say thank you.


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    every thing looks good after few weeks, also move all my buce plants in here too.


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    I can't tell for sure in your photos but it looks like you may have buried the rhizomes of your anubias and buce plants under the substrate. If so, you may want to pull them up as it will cause them to die.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Kyoni View Post
    I can't tell for sure in your photos but it looks like you may have buried the rhizomes of your anubias and buce plants under the substrate. If so, you may want to pull them up as it will cause them to die.
    Yes, I did buried them inside the sand since a month ago. But most of them have new roots growing in the water, also most leafs are new, so I think it’s ok for keep them like that. Thank you for you advice.

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    They will do fine for a while but will eventually completely rot away. The roots are fine in substrate, but even with new growth if the rhizome is in the substrate you will lose most of the plant.

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