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i understand that ada amazonia soil brings down PH. i have eco complete now in my 20gal long shrimp tank. and i would like to help bring down my PH, to use the ada soil i would have to get rid of my eco complete and add brand new substrate? please help. thanks!
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You could use both if you want, it just can be difficult to keep substrates separate (plastic garden edge liners sometimes come in handy- the ones that are flexible solid black plastic and able to be cut with scissors).

PS I tried to PM you back last night about your E. tenellus question and your box was full! LOL I wanted to suggest that you contact AZ Gardens and see what size the E. ten they are selling grows to, as there are several different varieties that get different heights, and it did look tall in that pic...



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You could use both if you want, it just can be difficult to keep substrates separate (plastic garden edge liners sometimes come in handy- the ones that are flexible solid black plastic and able to be cut with scissors).

PS I tried to PM you back last night about your E. tenellus question and your box was full! LOL I wanted to suggest that you contact AZ Gardens and see what size the E. ten they are selling grows to, as there are several different varieties that get different heights, and it did look tall in that pic...


thanks yeah i just ended up purchasing it on AB
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