Howdy folks :;hi1, I am brand spanking new to this forum. Not new to the hobby but had to take many years away from the hobby due to university life and moving. Anyways I'm back in the hobby now with a 15 gal. Right now I'm stocked with Red Tiger Lotus, Anubius Barteri, Rotala Indicia, Bacopa, Cabomba (Californian), Ludwigia Repens, Java moss, Italian Val, and Dwarf Sag. The tank has been running for 3ish months now (fish have been in for a little over a month, plants 2.5 months). For whatever reason my Cabomba, Rotala, and Bacopa are notorious for uprooting. I am using Seachem Floruite gravel as substrate and all the other plants have rooted fine. I've even used old water bottle caps cut out as weights to keep the plants rooted but that worked for like a day. I have 5 Glowlight Tetra and a healthy colony of Red Cherry Shrimp, 1 Amano shrimp, 2 Nerite Snails, and a few hitchhiking MTS that have established themselves. My Glows are really active and are maybe the culprit for the up-rooting (also the burrowing MTS). Any suggestions for keeping these plants better rooted would be greatly appreciated. I can provide photos if needed when I arrive home. On a side note, any suggestions for getting Dwarf Sag to carpet would be great. It hasn't really produced many runners since it has been in my tank. Tank details: - 15 Gal - Aqueon Quiet Flow 10 - Flexion (80G/H) Filter - DIY C02 Infuser - 2 24 Watt (60 Watt equiv) (6500K - 8000 Lumens) - Fert *2/week Seachem Flourish - Seachem Flourite Substrate - 10% water change 2/Week (20% total/week) - pH 7.5 (gH and kh are relatively high as I have hard water where I live - I use Spaghum moss in the filter to soften it, will have exact numbers later today).