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Dry start method

Postby Nikhil Sonar » Fri Aug 11, 2017 5:12 am

Hey guy as i have told you earlier also that very soon i am going to start a new planted tank of dimensions 36*24*24 ft
I want to do carpeting in this
So i want to go with dry start method and i am new to it, as i have learned from journal that plants are kept in moist soil covered from top by plastic wraps and light will be running like 10hrs per day
Now my question is can i direct plant them on my new ada soil having bottom of Power sand with beneficial becteria spread on glass and topped with powder sand so it will be ok to do dsm on new soil as i have heard of melting of hc a lot of time wats are the precautions i have to take

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Re: Dry start method

Postby Dipankar » Sat Aug 12, 2017 12:30 pm

Bad Idea to start dry. you will get melting issue when you filled it up with water.
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Re: Dry start method

Postby Nikhil Sonar » Sun Aug 13, 2017 3:32 am

Hmmm lots of confusion i am having

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