Dry Start Or Wet Start Whats Quickest In Terms Of Growth?

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I have tissue culture plants will a dry start allow my carpet to spread faster as I won't have to worry about the transition to submerged until the carpet has spread?
 
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Thank you i gave them a heavy mist last night and this morning hoping I don't get it too humid and cause a mold outbreak
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Thanks I wish I had a couple medium sized rocks, I feel I went a bit overboard on all the small fragments but I'll wait to see how the plants grow in before I start rearranging the scape
 

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I have tissue culture plants will a dry start allow my carpet to spread faster as I won't have to worry about the transition to submerged until the carpet has spread?
Where did you get your plants?
 
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I'm a bit worried I'm doing something wrong the plants I planted a couple days ago are a bit yellow compared to the extra plants still in the cups is this normal or am I burning the plants with too much light or not enough water? Please help if you can
 

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Sorry, not sure why that's happening. Maybe give it a google search? Others might have had this happen.
 
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