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Hi all,
Would like to know few things for a beginner... I have a 3gallon small planted tank wine glass and in that (becoz i didnt knew a lot about it) i placed the most bottom layer with Not for plants Fancy green sand (becoz it was looking better) than about 2 inch i used Substrate soil and than planted some plants and than on top of it again i used 0.5 inch Fancy green sand..is it ok? Though i regret to use it becoz i wasnt having much substrate at that momment.. Now i have bought enough substrate becoz i thought plants can die.. so what should i do now? Becoz removing and setting everything up again aint possible .. can i put 1inch layer of Substrate soil on top of fancy green sand ? Or should i remove just the top layer of fancy green sand and use substrate ? Will the last bottom layer of fancy green sand which I told u in starting will cause any trouble? Plz help
 

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Root tabs really help stem plants with inert substrate. Ferts in water colums don't hurt, but stems typically take more nutrients from thier roots than java fern or anubias.
 
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