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Tropica Aquacare Vs. TetraPlant Complete

Miller86

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27 Apr 2009
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After a recent visit to The Green Machine I made the decision to deconstruct my first tank and start from scratch. When I first set the tank up I was more concerned with getting the fish in there that I wanted rather than building a good foundation for a successful planted tank. As time passed I decided I wasn't content with staring at sickly plants so now I'm back to the drawing board.
I've found two substrates that I think would be practical and affordable for my new set up:
Tropica Aquacare and TetraPlant Complete

I have read some good stuff on here about the Tropica product so at the moment I am leaning heavily towards that one, but I was just wondering if anyone had any opinions/experience with the TetraPlant Complete?

Cheers
 

ceg4048

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Hi,
Either will be fine. There will be little to choose from the two. What will undoubtedly determine success or failure (if this will be a high tech tank) is your technique of CO2 injection, flow and distribution, light energy management and dosing of the water column. I wouldn't get too hung up on which of these to use. Get whichever is most convenient, or is more aesthetic, or cheaper.

Cheers,
 

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