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12-27-2003 07:07 PM
Wasserpest Some ideas here: http://www.plantedtank.net/forum/viewtopic.php?t=4043
12-27-2003 02:19 PM
jacques9990 I just ordered a bunch of plants for my 20gal tank, and also a 24" JBJ 65W Light. The problem is a started out with standard ugly blue aquarium gravel. The tank has been running nicely with about a dozen fish for the past two months. I also have a penguin 125 filter.

So if i were to change the gravel for a more suitable medium for live plants, how would i go about it, with the least trauma to the fish?
Thanks

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