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Old 08-01-2013, 02:06 AM   #1 
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Sooo, is there any point in dipping new plants anymore?

I bought a couple plants a couple months back and ended up with a pond snail infestation. I added 3 Assassin Snails and they've pretty much taken care of it, but I do occasionally see some baby snails that quickly get eaten.

I'm fine with having a few snails every now and then because my Assassins keep things under control.

Is there any point in bleaching plants when my Assassins are so effective? I was thinking that maybe it could introduce a different type of snail, but to my knowledge, pond snails are the worst and I've already got them.
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Old 08-01-2013, 02:25 AM   #2 
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It could help with things like bacteria and parasites, especially if you don't know the source of the plants (or they came from a petstore).
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