Well...I had ordered the fluorite early in my research, thinking that it would be able to provide a balanced diet for the anticipated greenery. Only after it had been purchased, did I learn it's really not all that, and began to research putting in a sub-substrate. (Thoughts on other low-risk material to put under the fluorite are welcome. What about peat?)
I like the idea of minimal outside disturbance to a balanced ecosystem. It's what I shoot for in my saltwater tanks and it's what I'm going for on this.
I really like the ground covering look of a thick, short plant growth, with rock work, drift wood and larger plants rising up from the bottom. I imagine I'll need to fiddle with my lighting to get that dialed in.
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