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Old 06-14-2015, 12:40 AM   #1
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Substrate for 220g

How many pounds of sand will I need for a 220g tank. It will be fowlr predator tank. I don't want too much sand that will cause dead spots


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The pound per gallon rule applied for rock and sand. So 220.
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So if I get around 4 50lb bags and add some sand from a current tank that is live I should be set?


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It all depends what kind of fish you have and how deep the bed needs to be.
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That was exactly what I needed. Thanks mr_X


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