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which uk tree branches have you used
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which uk tree branches have you used in your set up?
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I haven't used any. There's no bogs around these parts :p
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Oak, beech

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Willow is quite good as it will also use up nitrates.
Any other wood used should be "dead" and dried, but you can't use everything, some are poisonous. Oak and beech are definitely good. Smile
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Use hardwoods, most things that do not contain sap tend to be ok, but for certain:- Willow, Oak, Beech.
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