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Old 19th March 2019   #4
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Default Re: Marimo Moss Ball Size/Introduction?

Yeah you can, I would still test the water every fortnight or so in case it's getting exposed to ammonia/nitrite. Moss balls are really hardy and shouldn't really produce a lot of anything so it isn't a big deal. Make sure the water is dechlorinated as well.
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