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Hi Kshetrajna,

I think that these two links should help. This link discusses Glosso planting (which is also a foreground plant)

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Make sure that you use a pair of forceps as this would help you get the roots into the substrate easily without disturbing the substrate. Give yourself a good amount of time to get the foreground planted and be rest assured that it's worth it.

Good Luck.
 

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You place an inch to an inch and a half of potting soil and top it off with an inch of gravel or sand.

This will lead to leeching nutrients for the first 2 months due to the organic stuff breaking down. During this time you'll need to change the water about once or twice a week until the leeching slows down. Once it settles, you can go without changing the water for about 4 - 6 months.
 
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