Flourite - 15.4 lb.
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|Package Size||15.4 lb.|
Ratings & Reviews
I have had aquariums for over 25 years.
<br>I have a 110 gal. tank and its full of live plants and healthy fish. Start with flourite as a substrate, cover with sand or small gravel use a good filter and you lay the basics for the plants and fish to thrive. Correctly done tanks will thrive and need little care for years to come. Seachem has done the research. Read their info carefully and enjoy live plants in a tank that fish will thrive in.
Like most soil or nutrient rich substrate, it is very messy. Some people rinse the heck out of it, but this is just throwing money and nutrients. I use this as a base layer with pea gravel on top in my planted 75. Use a plate to diffuse water when filling tank. Cloudiness will go away in a few days. See it for yourself at stanjam.tumblr.com