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[APD] Re: Jack's 100 gallon

Tom Barr states:
>If not, add ground peat(eg Scott's brand from a local nursery) and  mulm
>from an established tank. This is the vacuumed dirt that settles on  the
>bottom of a bucket during a water change. Save this soupy mix and add  to
>the very bottom along with pre wetted peat about 1/4-1/2" deep. Cap  with
>the flourite etc.

Are you talking about peat that's been ground up?  Or peat from the  ground, 
like Canadian sphagnum?  Do you usually add a bottom layer of  peat with all 
different substrates, or just certain types?  

Bob  Dixon
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