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Re: [APD] Proper disposal of Aquatic plants and hobbyist responsibility
Dennis Dietz wrote:
> Hi all,
> I have started a thread over at www.aquaticplantcentral.com to
> discuss this topic. I am very interested in discussing how we, as
> hobbyists, can be responsible in our protection of the native.natural
I don't think you're nutty, but I have to chuckle.
All I ever read about is how people are struggling to keep their plants
There seems to be a life and death struggle to keep aquatic plants alive
and looking good. There is a struggle to stay ahead of unscrupulous
sellers passing non-aquatic plants for aquatic. Our polluted lakes,
rivers, and streams appear to be too much for the imported plants that
need so much attention.
The plants I purchase don't seem to be on any "Import Danger", forbidden
I'd be more worried about the walking catfish and iguanas that are
taking over Florida, and the dying honey bee colonies, than a few
delicate aquatic plants taking over our waterways.
I toss my plant clippings in the composter when done.
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