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Re: Plants for a shiner tank

> Hornwort, IME, has been diffiocult to grow.  It generally just falls
> apart, poluting the water badly, and leaving its "needles" all over the
> place.

Well, that's what a lot of people have said.  I get hornwort as 
"packing material" with other plants. I just throw it in the tank and 
it grows.  FAST!  It's just one of those things.  I've never been 
able to get Val to grow well, and everyone tells me how easy it is.



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