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Thread: plant care

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    Hi.........a first post and hope for some knowledge.

    We have Hornwort, looking beautiful and soon to drop to the bottom of a very small pond. Would it be a good idea to remove the plants before they die back and keep them in water till spring and themn introduce them back into the pond. The pond is full of happy fish and I don't want to disturb them clearing out a mass of decay after wishes marc

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    Welcome to AC! I can't answer your question as I don't know much about plants in ponds. I do know that we have hornwort in our lakes here in Arkansas, and I guess it stays there all the time. You'd be better off posting the question in the pond section of the forum for some answers.
    36 gallon bowfront - "Hector" the Dwarf Gourami, 3 Peppered Corydoras, "Big Eric" the Rubberlip Pleco, "Killwillie" the German Blue Ram, and 9 Rummynose Tetras, 1 true Siamese Algae Eater

    20 gallon long; Planted & Aquascaped (Dwarf Hairgrass, Scarlet Temple, Lace Java Fern, Red Ludwigia) - Female German Blue Ram, 4 Oto's, 11 Neon Tetras

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