Louise02 Posted March 8 Share Posted March 8 I need a substrate for the 29-gallon that we are going to set up. One that I used in the past was an enriched clay product - it took six months to get the ammonia level safe in that tank. HOWEVER, I love that that material is spherical in shape. Many of our bettas have nestled into substrate (under a leaf or something similar) and torn their tails. Is there an inert substrate that is similar (like tiny little marbles) that would work for our bettas, shrimp, and guppies, but not add ammonia to the water column? or do I just have to run the next tank for six months before adding fish? Thank you!!! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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