Driftwood issue with sand
OK I have a vertical standing driftwood -- kinda of Y Shaped. It is screwed at the bottom to shale(sp?). I think because of this shape, it never sinks. I had this in my tank when I had gravel and I had put it in the gravel and made it to stand and it was fine. Now, after being in water for 4 months, it is still not water logged? But now that I have sand as substrate , it refuses to stay in the sand and gets "uprooted" if you will , no matter how hard I try to make it stand in the sand.
Any suggestions ? Anything similar to plant weights or something that I can use to make it stand in the tank ?
55 Gallon FW,Eco-complete Substrate
Equipment : In-line heater, RENA XP3 filter, 130 Watts Fluroscent
Plants - x Cryptocoryne wendtii brown
Fish : 10 Tiger Barbs, 2 Blue German Rams, 2 Bolivian Rams, 1 Rainbow shark