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  1. .I want to have my 4ft tank on the ground underneath my 5ft tank, like in the space in the stand, but I don't want it sitting on the concrete ground. Does anyone have an idea of what I can put underneath the tank to raise it like 3 inches off the ground? thanks in advance
  2. I am looking at joining 2 4ft universal rock back grounds for the back and a 2 ft back ground one side of an 8x2x2. Has anyone ever tryed to join these back grounds? I was thinking i can try and join it in a similar way that people make diy back grounds. If anyone has done this any info or pics would be great. Or know of another quality 3d back ground brand???
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  4. As some of you know, I have had an issue with my 4ft tank, so at the moment it has fresh water in it, and is being cycled again. I have Riverstones made into caves, and some driftwood and Wisteria and Elodia up the other end. I have a path made of stones running from caves to the "forest". I am wanting to add "grass" on the outside of the path, to look like, well, grass, lol. Substrate is sand, and it cant be to expensive, and I need enough to cover about 2 square feet. Receives 8-10 hours of light per day (artificial). It also needs to be relatively low maintenance (unlike the wisteria that needs to be trimmed weekly, lol) Anyone have any ideas?
  5. im chasing the scientific name for HC anyone able to help Many Thanks Damo
  6. Hi guys, My next project is going to be a fully planted tank, and I am told that aquaclay makes a great substrate for plants. Does anyone know the difference between the Aquaclay ground and Dupla ground? Is one more beneficial than the other, or do they both serve a similar purpose? Dupla appears to be much more expensive. Any help here would be great, the stuff is expensive so I would like some light shed before I buy! Thanks Ryan
  7. I have a 4 x 2 x 2 tank with sand as the substrate, so when I try and get a half decent current flow across the bottom (to help stir up the junk) the sand gets moved around and it just doesnt go to plan. So maybe a ground covering plant would help, as the way I am looking at it is the same way to prevent land erosion...the plants would help keep the sand together and then a current flow could be introduced. So any ideas on a ground covering plant, that doesnt require mowing all that often? I do like the look of hairgrass, but by what I have read it takes a bit more maintanance to get it right...is there anything easier out there?
  8. Is there any plants that could be used to provide a little ground cover. I was thinking that it would look good if there was a ground cover mixed with other plants. Thanks Carl & Jenny
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