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  1. I'm looking for a replacement for lead plant weights. I'm afraid of the effects lead has on the water (and on my health in case I have an open wound on my hand while maintaining the tank), and my pH is slightly below 7 so it's worrying me even more. I've been looking for the weights in the picture as a replacement. I use some of these which I got with some of the plants at the LFS, although not all the plants come with those, and they don't sell these separately. I've searched every place I know with international shipping, and couldn't find these.
  2. Anyone else use enough plant weights that you wonder whether the Aquarium Co-Op warehouse staff are judging you? I use them enough to notice the day the Co-Op increased the price 😡 (only a dollar or so, really). Guess it's the result of being into both fish and plants equally, so I've got fish of all sizes and temperaments plowing through stem plants and playing water polo with tissue cultures. Eventually roots take hold and the weight just becomes part of the substrate. If there were ever a question of fish safety over time with these plant weights, pretty strong anecdote here that they're safe.
  3. I just recently purchased Plant Weights from aquarium co-op how to use it - any videos ?
  4. How the heck do you keep the little buggers in the ground and not floating around the surface? None of the free swimmers in this tank is particularly large but the plants keep popping out of the ground. My guess is that the cory's are disturbing them but it could be the fire eel too. She does spend the majority of her time under the gravel, cruising around like a worm from Dune. There are two rather large rainbow sharks in here too, but I haven't seen them messing with the plants. Maybe at night when the lights are off?
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