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  1. bettalover2033
    06-26-2012 08:20 PM - permalink
    Hello and Welcome to the forum! My name is bettalover2033 i am also a betta breeder and I would like to say that if you need ANY kind of help, whether it be general betta fish care and needs or an betta breeding help, I am able to help you or at least point you in the correct direction. If you have any questions, I'd be happy to answer them.
    I hope you enjoy your stay at**as much as we do! Glad to see another betta keeper here with us.

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  2. DazedBetta
    06-23-2012 12:55 PM - permalink
    Sry auto correct I'm really excited for you guys to finsh ur threads*****
  3. DazedBetta
    06-23-2012 12:51 PM - permalink
    Thanks ill have too look into rotala rotundifolia or indica I'm just starting to expand my fish and breeding and I started looking into expanding my live plants. I have heard that Eco complete is great but ferts scare me a little bit. I'm really interested the dirt substrate one because as u said u rarly have to clean and I love that look it gives the tank. Im dealt excited for you guys to Dinah ur threads you guys have no idea how much your helping me out thanks again
  4. kfryman
    06-22-2012 01:23 PM - permalink
    Since you asked I will tell you first what my favorites are! I really love rotala rotundifolia or indica. Rotala is an awesome plant because it roots very fast and has a lot of small leaves so it will fill your tank even more. With a few trimmings and good light your tank will start be more dense. For substrate, I really like dirt, it has some problems, but those problems soon go away and you have an incredibley easy tank to take care of that requires very few water changes. I haven't changed my water in a month or so and all my readings are 0, so the plants are sucking up all the ammonia and everything that is bad and keeping my water nice and clear. For someone just getting into plants however, I think a substrate like Eco complete is really good, it has nutrients that plants need, but you still need to add ferts to it. I will be setting up a tank with Eco complete in a bit once I have room because it just makes it easier to care for in the beginning,.

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