idk anything about Floramax sadly.I agree, I don't know if I can handle the ADA
NO not the same!
Amazonia light is for a Very high light tank.
Amazonia normal is, well normal and is what most people use because of the substrates flexibility.
If you mixed the two... Oh well, I think youll be ok.
someone else told me this, took their word for it. Background research it is.I truely hope you did not say that Amazonia Light is designed for very high light tanks as in high par levels......... This is absolutely not true.
I try my best!I will give you credit for redeeming yourself with post #3 though and actually posting some solid info about the products! Even if it copied and pasted.
idk anything about Floramax sadly.
by this do you mean you cant handle the nutrients in it? as in you don't have many plants to absorb this nutrients?
Are you going to plant heavily from the start?
high light or low light?
can I have some general info on your tank, Co2, light, filtration, etc... ?
You sure can, you just need to be careful about what your adding and how much.Let me ask this. In another tank I want to try pond media, it's like sand, well close to it. Should I use any additives like the ADA stuff Bacter 100 super clear or something like Flora spore?
I guess the real question here is, in general can I use substrate additives with any substrate?
I am assuming a substrate additive is a form of fertilizer?
Why not just get some cheap pool filter sand or blasting sand? Some of that blasting sand looks great. Cheap. Dose the water column... Easy peezy