Thank you so much for your response!
The little research I did came up with the same points you note, but I wanted to be sure I didn't miss something.
the Caribsea *sparkles* a little more than the Seachem,
which is why I was wondering if you could mix the two together.
I can purchase the Seachem locally but if I want the Caribsea
I'm going to have to order it on line. Not sure I really want to pay shipping on enough sand to fill a 100 gal.
What is meant by putting an underlayer of plant substrate under the sand? I thought sand will fall through
whatever is underneath it??
The stirring of the sand during water changes will not be a big deal for me. One of the biggest draws for me in
maintaning this aquarium will be taking care of it.
I love to take care of my animal companions....just ask my two dogs, two cats and my parrot. That's also the big bonus in
regards to the fish; they don't bark, whine, howl or squawk at me!