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Old 04-13-2013, 10:24 PM   #1
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Just got a 24gallon jbj led.

Wondering what type of sand would be best. Course, fine or a mix of both? Any idea's?
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Wondering what type of sand would be best. Course, fine or a mix of both? Any idea's?
Preference really. Live sand, some use crushed coral others mix crushed coral with fine sand. Some use natural colors and others use black sand.
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I have a 24 gallon nano led, how much base rock should I buy for this size?
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