Wood types that don’t alter PH?

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Wood types that don’t alter PH?

Postby mille2005 on 10 Sep 2012 21:45

Hi All

I’m looking to add some wood for a new edition to my tank. I have quite a low PH and was looking for something that would not make it worse.

I used to have bogwood in the tank, which I removed. All I see in the shops is drift wood and Mopani.

Are there any other woods out there that would be more suitable?

Thanks
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Re: Wood types that don’t alter PH?

Postby apistodiscus on 11 Sep 2012 09:32

Dry ivy is good
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Re: Wood types that don’t alter PH?

Postby mille2005 on 11 Sep 2012 18:49

apistodiscus wrote:Dry ivy is good



Where do I find that ? - I’m preferably looking for something for sale in a LFS or online
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Re: Wood types that don’t alter PH?

Postby apistodiscus on 11 Sep 2012 20:43

You'll have to get your backside off the couch and collect it. Grows on trees almost anywhere
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Re: Wood types that don’t alter PH?

Postby mille2005 on 11 Sep 2012 20:56

That sounds like to much work :lol:
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