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planting a 120 gallon aquarium. what substrate should I use that will give me the best results with my plants?
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You can use Eco-complete on its own. The more nutrients for your plants the better. I was just pointing out that at $25 per 20 lb bag of it, you'd spend a lot of money using pure Eco-complete in a 120 gallon tank. Mixing it with something like pea gravel will mean less nutrients for your plants but at a much lower cost. A lot of people have great success with mixed substrates though, so it's up to you.
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