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post #21 of 45 (permalink) Old 05-21-2013, 01:27 PM Thread Starter
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I've successfully shipped the past two weekends. I ship on Saturdays and everyone has received their duckweed the following Monday. I can do two more shipments this week. I charge for shipping only unless you want to chip in more. Everyone who has received from me all say they arrive alive and look healthy.

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I'll take some! (If I'm not too late...)
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I'll take some! (If I'm not too late...)
I can do, on average, 2 shipments every Saturday. 3 if I'm particularly overloaded. Unless I state otherwise on this thread, assume I can do em. I won't be able to ship them out today as I'm super busy today and Monday is a holiday, but next Saturday I can probably do 3. Send me a PM.
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If I can get my 10g set up (still have a couple items to get that I'll hopefully have within a week or two) I'd love to have some :3
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If I can get my 10g set up (still have a couple items to get that I'll hopefully have within a week or two) I'd love to have some :3
Pm me whenever!
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I could prolly take some from you :D How hardy are they and how are they propagated?

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I could prolly take some from you :D How hardy are they and how are they propagated?
They are extremely hardy and fast-growing. As they are a floater, all you need to do to propagate is pick them up from the surface of the water and plop em somewhere else.

I believe I already have 2 orders going out this Saturday, one for sure that has paid already. I can only ship on Saturdays as the post office closes at the same time I get home from work M-F. They have always gotten to their destinations on the following Monday.

If you or anyone else is interested, send me a PM.
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They flourish in kostly full light? And would they be good for LoS breakers for guppies and a betta? Not having any territory problems but something for everyone to use to hide from everyone.

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They flourish in kostly full light? And would they be good for LoS breakers for guppies and a betta? Not having any territory problems but something for everyone to use to hide from everyone.
My light is a 6500 (or 6700) and they do just fine. I even have some that just get natural daylight beneath a west facing window. I also know people that put it in their outdoor ponds. There's not a whole lot you can do to it to kill it and it grows like a... well.. a weed.

I don't think it would do much for LOS as it is strictly a floater. It does have roots that hang down 0-2 inches, but I wouldn't recommend it if that's your goal.
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Ah, okay. I've got mine sitting next to a window that gets late morning-mid afternoon sunlight plus a room lamp so I think it'd be covered for light and it'd grow pretty well, yeah? lol.

But alrighty. It didn't look much like it'd do for a LoS break but just wanted to check, can easily remedy this with a couple of silk plants. Prolly make the loach pair I have go even more bonkers xD Drive my betta nuts sometimes since they take over his tube-bed sometimes.

Hold a clump for me? I'm wanting to get some, but I need a couple of days for money to hit my bank.

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