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Flourite & Amazonia, too much?

I know flourite is good for tanks, but I like the look of Amazonia. So should layer it with Amazonia on top or just go for Amazonia?
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The only reason why I would use ADA Amazonia for a cap is if the tank is too large and you don't want to spend too much money but still have that ADA feel to it. I would just use Amazonia by itself, from what I've read and seen, it's one of the best plant substrate there is.

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Amazonia all the way!
Flourite doesn't even compare IMO.

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When I use Amazonia I would proabably use sand as a base, that's what I did in my other tank, because It doesn't need that 4 in worth or nutrients.
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