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  1. SRP3006

    Tropica soil.

    Cheers. Problem is its in the scape so I could place wood and glue etc. Just curious as it's pretty dry in the bag.
  2. SRP3006

    Tropica soil.

    Evening, In the process of rescaping and I'm not finding much time other than small pockets of time here and there so doing it bit by bit. Does it harm tropical soil if it dries out? Or do I need to add a little water and cling film the tank? So far I've got rocks, wood and soil in the tank...
  3. SRP3006

    Nano tank with carpet substrate choice??

    I've had good results with tropica powder soil. Very good soil.
  4. SRP3006

    Substrate supports

    I'd say that they wouldn't have enough 'give' in them to mould to the weight of the soil. Also they'd be spotted easily. Plenty of plastic that can be used from your recycling, milk/aldi orange juice bottles have worked for me and you can make them the size you want with scissors and its...
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    Play Sand

    I think it's OK but as it's very fine it can compact quite easily, Pool filter sand on the other hand I've used in previous African cichlid tanks and that worked well, it obviously needed a stir and a clean but it didn't compact and would be fine for corydoras. That said a not too deep layer of...
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    Volcano Mineral under sand?

    My 12 week dry start was so easy to maintain. No constant water changes, no algae, develop great root structure. It worked for me as I simply did not have the time to perform water changes as much as required in the beginning. I wouldn't hesitate doing another.
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    Substrate advice

    https://www.allpondsolutions.co.uk/black-1-2mm-5-60kg/ Could somebody help me with this substrate please. Struggling to find out anything about it from any other websites other than their own On first impressions I'm thinking it's similar to eco complete without the 'complete' bit. Do you guys...