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Post by Fish dude on 20/12/2011, 11:09

Bog wood needed and again i stress must be cheap as possible thanks.
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Post by MarcG on 20/12/2011, 11:37

I spent ages waiting for mine fish dude sooo expensive its silly
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Post by Fish dude on 20/12/2011, 11:55

yup stupid me
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Post by k3vinjam3s on 20/12/2011, 15:13

Teesside koi have some stunning pieces of bogwood in at the moment. It isn't cheap from the shops but finding that perfect piece just isn't easy. I nearly bought a piece which was nearly 4 foot long but I have nowhere to soak it.
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Post by FrazzleDazzle on 20/12/2011, 15:23

k3vinjam3s wrote:Teesside koi have some stunning pieces of bogwood in at the moment. It isn't cheap from the shops but finding that perfect piece just isn't easy. I nearly bought a piece which was nearly 4 foot long but I have nowhere to soak it.

Surely you could get away with using the bath over Christmas? Laughing
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Post by Fish dude on 20/12/2011, 15:28

Im not after anything special its just to help with ph.
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Post by Nyoung87 on 20/12/2011, 15:32

FrazzleDazzle wrote:
k3vinjam3s wrote:Teesside koi have some stunning pieces of bogwood in at the moment. It isn't cheap from the shops but finding that perfect piece just isn't easy. I nearly bought a piece which was nearly 4 foot long but I have nowhere to soak it.

Surely you could get away with using the bath over Christmas? Laughing

I would be hung draw and quartered if I even if I suggested it
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Post by k3vinjam3s on 20/12/2011, 15:56

Lol could try the bath I suppose! The real problem is that I think wood this size will need soaking for months! Could be an excuse to build a pond lol!
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Post by carpguru on 20/12/2011, 16:30

i used the outside water butt if i have any
big bit to soak and you can leave it for months
and your lass doesn't get the humpty with you
for soaking in the tub HYSTERICAL
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Post by Ian on 20/12/2011, 19:06

kev build a trof to soak it in easy to do use breeze blocks as the wall and plastic to line it
dont cement the blocks and use bricks on top of the plastic then its not perment and easy to take apart and store away till next time

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Re: bog wood

Post by Nyoung87 on 20/12/2011, 19:45

That's a very good idea
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