Re: Wet/dry Filters and Plant tanks
Guy Schwartz wrote on Sun, 12 Nov
> local fish store owners claimed that a wet/dry filter was not
> the best thing for a planted tank. Is this true?
If you are injecting CO2 into your tank, it will increase CO2
diffusion somewhat. There is no particular reason to require a
wet/dry filter for an aquatic plant aquarium, IMHO. Save yer $.
> How much of a benefit are underground heaters?
I think it is agreed that undergravel heating and under the
aquarium substrate heating improves the efficiency with which
roots grow and absorb nutrients hence stimulating healthy
> is it proper netiquette to e-mail someone [directly]?
Sure, why not?!
Steve Pushak spush at hcsd_hac.com Vancouver, BC, Canada