Well, if you had to take a guess, wouldn't it be any of the the products that contain significant quantities of NPK+Traces? Isn't the answer to these questions always the same? Start with Aquasoil Amazonia. It contains extremely high levels of NPK+Traces and this is one of the things that make it such an excellent choice for both low tech and high tech tanks. On top of that factor, there is an ergonomic factor. This substrate is fabulous on the hands with a velvet feel unmatched by most. This sediment also has a high retention of nutrients, simply because it's a clay product. If you dose the water column as well then this gives an even longer endurance. This is the product that does the lion's share of the work within this system. I don't think there is any secret with regard to that.flyingfish said:What do you need the in your substrate out of the ADA system?
flyingfish said:What do you need the in your substrate out of the ADA system?
Mark Evans said:Surely the proof, for me at least is in every single Aquajournal, ADA Nature aqrium gallery tank, online images of Amano tanks....Mmmm...maybe it doesnt work
Have you seen evidence of this on UKAPS, Gareth?Garuf said:... it gives fan boys the idea that because other people don't use such and such's products that the over all outcome must be inferior or that any issues are instantly down to your choice in magic powders, rather than more correctly aligning issues to poor husbandry.