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I was thinking about buying some of this and was wondering if anyone had any experience with it.

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I am selling some on aquabid it is easy to grow and the light it needs is easy to make. Here is the link to my auction
http://www.aquabid.com/cgi-bin/auctio ... gi?liveplantsf&1244303759

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I use it to insta-cycle tanks because it sucks up ammonia fast. I have a wading pool full with my Red Sword colony, and most of my tanks have a mass in them (except where the fish eat it, it is a great green food for vegetarian fish). It's good for hiding places for livebearer fry, as they can move through easily, while adults cannot.

It grows under cheap shoplights, even fairly old ones. Hard water, soft water, acid water, alkaline water, all acceptable. The only drawback is that it often hides Hydra infestations, but that can be dealt with.

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How much is the shipping charge for your auction Alex?

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Oh yea. najas grass is awsome. I have some growing with just indirect light from a window.
It's a fast grower even under 2wpg and will float or will root.

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Najas Grass does not do good in soft water.

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It is $10 for priority $15 if you need a heat pack and a styrofoam box.

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Dear FishFolk,'

A certain OKAA club member is always selling bags of grass at the club auctions.

It's great for fry too but watch out for hydra. A pinch of flubendazole won't hurt the fry and wipes out the hydra. I did my planted tank this week. There were hundreds of green hydra.

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What are hydra? I know I have heard of them before but, I can't recall what they are.

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A certain OKAA club member is always selling bags of grass at the club auctions.


That just sounds.... bad.
Sorry, could not resist.

Hydra - http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hydra_(genus)

It won't let me link the whole url, even though I used the code for it. Just copy and paste it.

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