Kat_Rigel Posted August 10, 2020 Share Posted August 10, 2020 While plants don't necessarily host fish diseases, I am concerned about adding them straight to my tank in case of hitchhikers. Does anyone here recommend quarantining plants? From what I have read online, 2-3weeks is enough time for any potential parasites/diseases to die off due to not having a host. I'm not concerned about snails because I have oodles of assassin snails; and I've never really heard of a plant killing the other plants in a tank due to some kind of plant disease. I suppose it wouldn't be too tough to set up something small to quarantine. Do you think it would be reasonable to have them hang out in an outdoor tub for 2 weeks? The plants in question are anubias nana petite and crypt lutea. TIA, I am learning so much on this forum. Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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