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[APD] RE: eco-complete???

I have used it and have found it to be a decent substrate that can
sustain good plant growth. Since it didn't have to be rinsed it was a
pleasure to use and there was very little clouding as well. Black water,
well who knows about that better than the people who write the marketing
spills? I wouldn't let that be any type of deciding factor in making a
choice though.

The tank I set up was a 10 gallon too and if I had to do it again I
would use two bags because one bag provided minimal depth for my
preferences. One drawback is the dark color tends to show off the
detritus build up but it's a minor thing.

Ricky Cain


 >Subject: [APD] eco-complete???
>  This will be my first planted tank!!!   Only 10 gal, but I hope to
 >   I was looking at this product and liked the fact that it did not
 >to be rinsed.
 >  Has anyone used it?  How does it compare to other substates. I
 >find to much info in the archives...  It is packed in Liquid Amazon
 >buffered "Black Water"  Any comments on this??
 >   I want some thing easy to use.. I know i will be moving plants
 >alot... and I do not want to have a hard time getting the plants to
 >in place...   would the onyx sand be a better choice or is it to
 >joanne damon
 >joanne000 at webtv_net

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