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    Default Getting my first planted aquarium off to a good start.


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    hello! My name is henry but most people call me hank.

    My first question envolves plant substrates. I really like sand as a substrate, so I am wondering if I can put a plant substrate under the sand for fertilization.

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    thank you for considering my question looking forward to hearing from you.



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    As far as I know its no problem covering one with the other butI think they will get mixed together eventually.
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    You can mix substrates eventually the sand will wind up on the bottom unless you are careful when planting and cleaning.

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    Ido not belive it will hurt. You will be better off just using substrate. Don't forget the flourish excel on a regular time fram for your plants . You did not say what kind of lights you have so you my need to do a upgrade on your lights

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