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Loaches and planted tanks
Posted By: Jayne <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Date: Tuesday, 11 May 1999, at 11:46 a.m.
One of the most frequent complaints I see on boards other than LOL on loaches is that they are hard on plants, uprooting them, eating them. I saw one post where the person stated that they will never keep Dojo's again! Now that is imposible in my opinion. I wouldn't have a tank without a tank my Golden Dojo's. They are big fish, at least mine are and they go after food with great enthusiasm. I have found a way to keep them from uprooting the plants in the process of pursuing food. I put the plants in small clay pots, gravel in the pots and put the pots in the gravel. I think they look cool, like planted trees. Do you have trouble keeping the plants in the substrate? What do you do to keep them there? Another plant issue...Drowned house plants. I got some plants over the winter called &quo