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post #3 of (permalink) Old 05-30-2017, 05:56 AM
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Sand is one of the few area I don't agree with zoidburg on. Buffering substrates take out some variables and guess work (maintaining parameters), but CRS are far more hardy than people give them credit for.

Having said that, I agree that keeping proper, stable parameters in that small of a tank long term is going to be near impossible. I'm all for experiments, but that isn't one I'd bother with.

Edit: I think cherries would be fine as they are a little less specific on parameters and allow for a wider range of "mistakes"

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