|09-06-2012 08:46 PM|
|somewhatshocked||I think it looks great as it is!|
|09-06-2012 07:37 AM|
|bluestems||ps- I need to get the rest of my equipment soon so I'll stop over analyzing my aquascape.|
|09-06-2012 07:36 AM|
Here's the tank as it is now:
I really like the look of the sand at the base of the stones, so I think what I'll end up doing is splitting the substrate with the sand in the front and in the middle of the tank, between the stones, and the aquasoil in the back towards the front at the sides.
Thanks for the help in talking me through the thought process =)
|09-05-2012 06:12 PM|
Nope. Sand is heavier.
Feel free to search through the forum to see instances of sand settling beneath lighter substrates like Aquasoil and larger substrates like pea gravel.
|09-05-2012 01:32 AM|
|09-04-2012 10:40 PM|
|09-04-2012 02:28 PM|
People don't cap pelletized soil products with sand, typically, because the sand will settle beneath the soil.
Mineralized Top Soil or standard organic top soil that people use works just as well as the ADA products if you plan to cap. Otherwise, ADA products are best used as the only substrate in the tank (additives of your choice not included).
|09-03-2012 04:06 AM|
Has anyone used sand over ada soil? I'd appreciate feedback on that.
|09-03-2012 04:03 AM|
|09-03-2012 04:01 AM|
|09-03-2012 01:16 AM|
Why not just use regular soil if you are going to cap it?
And, why not just use pool filter sand? That's way cheaper.
|09-02-2012 10:24 PM|
|09-02-2012 10:15 PM|
First: Why would you put sand over expensive ADA Amazonia?
That out of the way - sand will eventually settle beneath it.
|09-02-2012 10:05 PM|
mekong sand over amazonia?
Can I use 1/4" or so of mekong sand over amazonia substrate?
I'll be planting dwarf hair grass, hc and possibly another plant.