Re: Moving a Plant Tank
> From: "David W. Webb" <dwebb at ti_com>
> I moved my 20g first, so when I moved my 55g, I just dumped all of the plants
> in the 20g. They survived, and one of my Cryptocoryne wendtii turned into
> about seven C. wendtii while it was waiting to be re-planted. I didn't even
> bother to plant the 55g's plants. Just left them floating. The H. difformis
> had the biggest problem with this, followed by the R. indica. My anacharis
> grew about 20 feet in 2 months and my H. polysperma took it well. My crypts
> wound up producing plantlets and my anubias, well, they just sat there. The
> Val. took it well, too.
To add slightly to David's comments about leaving plants floating,
I've also observed problems with H. diff and Ludwigia Glandulosa
being left floating and dropping leaves.
Steve in Vancouver with a growing community of aquatic gardeners!