Introduction and question
I just joined this list thought I'd give a little introduction
before my question. I have 2 saltwater tanks a 37 gal tall that
houses seahorses and a 10 gal that houses sailfin mollies.
Thursday I bought some feather caulerpa (caulerpa sertularioides) at
the LFS. When I got it home, I realized that it was all in small
pieces with just a few root systems already established. I tried to
plant it into my crushed shell/sand substrate with no luck. Finally
I grouped it in small bunches and planted it that way. But how long
it will stay ... I don't know.
What is the best way to grow caulerpa without live rock in the tank?
Thanks in advance
in Honolulu, HI
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