I don't see why not. As long as the light is intense enough and the tank doesn't get too hot.
Yeah that would be the best way. But it takes for ever to plant the tiny plants. For me I rather wait for it to grow then plant each tiny bit.why not split up the clumps and make pencil like DHG inserts? this will grow the carpet ALOT quicker how you have it setup now.
I just bought a portion from Petsmart for $7.99. Not too bad for pricing. It comes in a sealed baggie.Went to a few lfs no one had it and the last one i went to had eco-complete but he said his son took the last 2 bags. i been looking for this stuff a few weeks now and he said that he will get me a bag in by Thursday. I just can't believe the dhg is spreading out.:tongue:
Oh i thought you meant you were looking for DHG, didn't realize it was for eco complete. I think they carry it at petco if you haven't checked there. IMO I think eco complete is the same as any substrate for DHG because it's inert. If you fertilize well enough, sand or any other inert substrate should do just as well. I think Eco just holds ferts better or something kinda like flourite.That's what I have panted the dhg from Petsmart.