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12-25-2009 09:52 PM
Nymsley
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Originally Posted by lg0815 View Post
and please post pics of your sand rivers
and a discreption of how u did it
http://www.njagc.net/events/meetings...2007_02_17.htm
I wasn't there and I'm not associated with them but they have good pictures.

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Originally Posted by lg0815 View Post
can u use marine sand(its basically pool sand)
could i use plastic gutter to divide the sand and florite from eachother
The first question was answered in your another thread.

You can use any material thats readily available to you for the divider. Its temporary and removed before water is added. Just be creative.
12-25-2009 05:05 PM
lg0815 can u use marine sand(its basically pool sand)

could i use plastic gutter to divide the sand and florite from eachother
12-22-2009 08:50 PM
lg0815 and please post pics of your sand rivers


and a discreption of how u did it
12-22-2009 06:53 PM
lg0815 could i buy it at walmart my grandma gave me 50 bucks for walmart so i am going to get some supplies there
12-22-2009 06:32 PM
houseofcards Best sand IMO is pool filter sand. Inexpensive and easy to work with because of the grain size.
12-22-2009 06:06 PM
lg0815
the sand river

i i have saw lots of tanks now with the dark substrate and the white river going in between the 2 halfs of of dark substrate

what kind of sand is this


can it be done with florite

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