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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V3 #1393

>Date: Mon, 15 Nov 1999 19:30:20 -0500
>From: "William R. Curtin" <wcurtin at mediaone_net>
>Subject: Re: Java Fern
>> Has anyone ever tried using "superglue" (cyanoacrylate) to attach java
>> to rocks?  I haven't done it yet, but was gonna try.  I don't want to
>> mess if someone already knows that it won't work.  Thanks.
>I have used a Arrow T-50 staplegun with great success.  After the plants
>have successfully attached to the driftwood, you remove the staples with
>forceps or pliers.  It took my plants about a month to get a roothold.  I
>have tried it on rocks but it does not work very well.  :-)

I normaly use a simple rubber band, to tie up both my anubias and java fern.

But i don't now if cyanoacrylate is bad for the fish, but i would'nt try

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