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Akadama as a substrate?

Discussion in 'Tortoise Enclosures' started by spjr6, Mar 5, 2018.

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    Akadama (赤玉土 akadamatsuchi, red ball earth) is a naturally occurring, granular clay-like mineral used as soil for bonsai trees and other container-grown plants.

    Has anyone ever used or heard of anyone using it as a tortoise substrate?

    Thanks.
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