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Old 01-20-2008, 12:57 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by melosu58 View Post
Dont carry the substrate over. Too much trash. If it`s already sand you can carry over a cup or two to seed the new sand.

No, we are going with an all new substrate, Going with sand this time. The current one is a gravel bottom, but with all the loaches, we wanted a sand bottom. We will likely tear the 55 down, and clean it up, then set it back up and transfer the semi-aggressive over to it. Once we get that down, I think we will be turning the 29 into a brackish tank.

I do appreciate all the help and advice,


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