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Old 08-18-2013, 03:29 PM   #11
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I will probably get a new substrate (probably a tan sand). Also do you have any recommendations for low cost, but good quality 30g aquarium kits?
This is a picture of my current 10g
Looks good. There might be a deal at petco and such, mabye Craigslist
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Any particular brands? Also, I need good lighting for my plants.
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Amazon has good deals on aquarium sand. Patsmart is overpriced on everything, so don't go there.
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I use plays sand, you can also use pool filter sand, it's cheeper the aquarium substrate
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Can you put a layer of plant substrate below the sand?
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Can you put a layer of plant substrate below the sand?
Yep, it acts as a cap to keep it from floating up
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Also, can I move all my live plants to the new aquarium. Btw thanks for all the help and good advice. I really appreciate it.
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Also, can I move all my live plants to the new aquarium. Btw thanks for all the help and good advice. I really appreciate it.
No prob, an yep, just be careful with the roots on them
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Are aqueon aquariums good and recommended?

Right now I'm looking at this tank because it includes a lot. Not exactly 30g tho.

http://m.petsmart.com/mt/www.petsmar...AvailInUS%2FNo
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