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post #1 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-22-2007, 09:57 PM Thread Starter
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RedSea Flourite?

has anyone tried this yet?if so could anyone tell me how to use this i felt it before its like clay i wanna buy one pack because i got hooked on plants and i want my plants to grow faster

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post #2 of 7 (permalink) Old 01-23-2007, 02:29 AM
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Redsea doesn't sell Flourite. Flourite is a Seachem product.
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Flourite won't make your plants grow faster. Read rex's guide, tons of good info.
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Flourite imo sucks, and is a seachem product BTW.
redsea makes florabase, which i have no expeirience with.
Rex's guide will definately help you understand all the basics.

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florbase is great stuff. very soft clay and small particles make it easy to plant small plants.


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Yes, I like florabase too, better than the Flourite. You can plant tender plants easier in it like HC.

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I have flourite in my tank and it works great. A tried and true product out there. I have used eco complete before and will try the ada substrates on my next tank.

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How comes shoppings so stupid, looks at all this stuff I haves, what do I do's with it.
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