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a good way to get java fern and even java moss to grow well is a piece of drift wood. The plant/moss will attach itself and grow like crazy.
Oh shoot, I wasn't fast enough on this one. A GREAT and cheap alternative is a product called Turface, MVP or Pro-league. 20 bucks for a 50 pound bag, and I have been happy with it so far. One problem--you can't gravel-vac it, it will get sucked up. But everyone else gave you good advice and I'm sure your tank will be great.
Originally Posted by GregV
That's what's going in my 55g;I cant afford to put 6-8 bags of Eco Complete or Flourite in it,most places want around $50 for shipping on top of the cost of the substrate.
I can get Eco Complete locally,and am going to put it in a 20g long though.
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