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  1. Hi! Have not posted in a long time! Have a question for experienced hisser people. So, I have been checking the forum using the word "mite" and "hisser" but could not find a answer to my question/problem. I want to get rid of my mites on my hissers. To be honest, Ive have been keeping hissers for years, and years, and they have always had mites and Ive always disliked it. (Love my roaches tho..) I bought my roaches with mites already on them. I keep the tank clean, no rotten or moldy food. I feed minimal fruits and veggies. Some repashy products. NO FISH FOOD FLAKES or DOG FOOD. (This one time, I got grain mites...) No standing water dish in the tank. I use cricket quencher. I really want to go bio-active as well. What CUC's and plants would you suggest? I tried putting in isopods and they perished within 1 week... Would love some solid feedback on this, thanks, L.B. Lori
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