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Large Portion Of Duckweed £2 Which Inc P&p! Ashford Kent.

Discussion in 'Plants' started by betta fish, Oct 7, 2014.

  1. betta fish

    betta fish Member

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    Age and condition: healthy green duckweed
    Quantity for sale: enough to cover an A4 sheet of paper when spread out.
    Reason for Sale: I have too much!
    Delivery or Collection: Either
    Sales price: £2 which inc first class large letter post.
    Willing to Ship (Yes or No): Yes
    Location: Ashford Kent.
    Photograph: No photo but we all know what duckweed looks like, green and healthy with no pesticides or diseases, safe for use with shrimps, snails or fry.
    Great ammonia and nitrate sponge!
     
  2. star4

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    pm sent
     
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    Arrived. Excellent quality :D
     
  4. betta fish

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    Thank you star [​IMG] my plants are happier now with the increase in light levels, I'm sure I'll have a load more soon[​IMG] [​IMG] 
     
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    Give me a shout when you do, the turtles ate one bag already :lol: the other I have in an empty tank in an attempt to grow it myself, but I never have any luck with plants :(
     
  6. tribalbrit

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    I have loads of duckweed in an outside pond that you are welcome to for postage costs if you don't mind some snails in there.
     

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