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    Hi all!!

    I have a question. i have just bought my new 110liter tank and i am in the process of letting it roll for tow-three weeks until the filter has the necesary bacteria to accept fishes.
    My question is. What about natural plants??? whenshould i introduce them? before the fishes or after? soon or after some days??

    Thanx!!!!

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    You should introduce the plants as soon as possible. The tank cycles better with the plants in it. (make sure to remove plant debrise) I usually introduce hardy plants as soon as the water is in the tank.

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