04-24-2014, 07:00 PM
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A question for the experienced plant keepers
I am starting my journey on my first planted tank. A few things about it, it is a 75 gallon tank, I am running the Emperor 400 by Marineland. I am using a crushed limestone/sand substrate, about 2.5 to 3 inches deep. I have recently upgraded my lighting from compact fluorescents to 10K LEDs. I have been in the hobby since I was very young and love it, but this part is new to me. I have always enjoyed the look of the bubble curtains on the back wall and the way fish swim through it. Will this help or hurt in a planted tank? I would like at one point to grow frogbit and duckweed and I am worried that the water will be too agitated by the bubbles.
Thanks in advance for any answers and comments.