The only real concern I have is what type of sand to use. In the past, I attempted to use playsand at a thickness of about 1.5 inches but found that it quickly went anaerobic.
Mike_Noren wrote:It's not a problem if the sand goes anaerobic - in fact it's natural and harmless.
LughLamfada wrote:I know that cories prefer water that has a very low flow rate, almost stagnant. Would a canister be overkill? And what are folks' thoughts on lighting? Right now I have a standard fluorescent tube light but have been thinking about the dynamic lighting solutions or an LED.
LughLamfada wrote:I know that cories prefer water that has a very low flow rate, almost stagnant.
RickE wrote:Very interesting that Mike. Nice sandy bottom like we all recommend too
MatsP wrote:As long as no large deposits of Hydrogen Sulphide is suddenly released - or is that another myth?
No fish have read the books.
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