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    Hi Friends, please help can we use this wood in freshwater aquarium after treatment.. Pic attached

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    What kind of wood is it? What tree did it come from?
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    What kind of wood is it? What tree did it come from?
    Identified as Dalbergua sissoo (Sheesham Tree) any inputs now?

    And thanks for your revert.. At last someone is helping me out.. Since yesterday I wanted help about 2 subjects including this one... The other is about my arowana query... But thank you

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    Yes, the forum has been slow lately, not many members active

    If the wood does not have much resin or sap, it should be fine after a cleaning and scrubbing to remove the bark

    Here is some good info: https://blog.aquariuminfo.org/choosi...ium-driftwood/
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    wow, that must be a very large aquarium.

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    wow, that must be a very large aquarium.
    Yes it's 370G 8x2.5x3..

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    Can you Google that precise type of tree to see if it tells you whether or not its wood is toxic?
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    Can you Google that precise type of tree to see if it tells you whether or not its wood is toxic?
    Have checked and it's not toxic.. Will start the wood treatment today..

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    Identified as Dalbergua sissoo (Sheesham Tree) any inputs now?

    And thanks for your revert.. At last someone is helping me out.. Since yesterday I wanted help about 2 subjects including this one... The other is about my arowana query... But thank you
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    Quote Originally Posted by Slaphppy7 View Post
    Yes, the forum has been slow lately, not many members active

    If the wood does not have much resin or sap, it should be fine after a cleaning and scrubbing to remove the bark

    Here is some good info: https://blog.aquariuminfo.org/choosi...ium-driftwood/
    It's in the aquarium now and I am Loving it

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