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Pruning - A general guide to plant maintenance

Scott Dav

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thanks for posting this i know it is a old thread but for me being brand new into this hobby it is really helpful.

thanks Dav.
 

kirk

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compleatly forgot id already read this
ordered the sissors and have been snipping here and there. alls going well .thanks.:)
 

Ben C

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Just a quick one - why shouldn't you use scissors with anubias? I always have, but perhaps I shouldn't have....!
Great guide. Thanks
 

aliclarke86

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Why would you use scissors with anubias? Just a quick pull and the leaf comes away without leaving anything to rot

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Craig.

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Loved this! Well done. This is exactly the kinda thing I was looking for. Thank you! :thumbup:
 

Sacha

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I'm interested that you say that you should vacuum sand. How do you recommend one does this, to avoid taking a lot of sand up into the gravel cleaner?
 

id_darren

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Thank you , for taking the time. Much appreciated and was looking for an article like this.

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James Flexton

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You're welcome. I've been out of the planted tank scene for a while but just setting up a new one next week. I think I will have a read through my own guide to refresh my memory ha ha.
 
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