PMfish Posted January 28 Share Posted January 28 I have an established 55 gallon tank with a large piece of ghostwood inside. I do not have any issues with it except for one huge one. It is causing a tremendous amount of mulm all over the tank. It is on the substrate and all over my plants. It fills my filter in a few days. I have not had this issue with other tanks or wood. Has anyone encountered this before? I would like to hear your experiences. I finally gave up and removed the piece of wood from the tank. It has a smell of decay. Is it because of the type of wood or the amount of wood? Is there anything I can do to stop it from decaying so quickly or should I go with another type of wood? I purchased this wood from a local fish store. Will I have the large amounts of mulm with any type of driftwood because of the large tank size and wood size? Thank you for sharing your experiences. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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