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post #1 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-26-2012, 04:13 AM Thread Starter
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AquariumPlants.com's own: Freshwater Planted Aquarium Substrate

I am just curious to see if anyone has tried this substrate out and if it is any good? It seems like a good deal but I am always hesitant about buying things off the internet, old fashion I guess.

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post #2 of 5 (permalink) Old 06-26-2012, 04:24 AM
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im using it in my tank and seems pretty good, i use there root tabs also but my tank is totally rooted plants no stems and wanted the most growth out of my plants i can get.
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I got them too, its pretty nice I got the black one seem to raise my gh 2-3 though.
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My tank is full of Flourite and that's exactly what their substrate is, a baked clay. I like it and have seen some beautiful planted tanks using it, in paticular I like the dark brown color and they are way cheaper than Seachem.


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Thanks for the info guys, I have about 3 gallons left out of a 5 gallon bucket from the first time I was going to attempt a planted aquarium. Life happened and I had to break down my tank at the time wasting the other 2 gallons of it. I will definitely give it another run with this stuff, no use letting it go to waste.
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