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Talking Logs and cloudy water!!

A member brought up the dreaded question of "do all logs cause cloudy water". For those that use logs in their aquariums, this is a serious consideration when choosing logs. I have used drift wood but never got into logs, but it is an interesting approach in aquarium decor. I think the first consideration would be in what size would be suitable for general tank use (length and diameter per gallon)? What would be preferable (green or aged). What type of wood (oak, cedar, ect)? What kind of preparation would be needed to reduce risk to the fish and prevent the horror of cloudy water? I hope you other members can help on this issue, because lacking experience with logs, I cannot give sound advice. Please join in with your valued opinions................Thank you

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