01-22-2014, 04:48 PM
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Originally Posted by milindsaraswala
No it have small stone as substrate. I am preferring some guppies or neon tetra, rest still I did not decided
If it were me (and it's not) I would do the procedures in the link in my signature. Only drain the tank, remove the existing substrate and then reuse the water.
that would prevent mixing up the new substrate in the water column.
FWIW the substrate i use is 1" peat moss, 1" play sand, 1" pro choice select. Each layer filled with water but nothing floating, leveled and the tank cleaned then then next layer added.
And plants added then the tank filled.