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So there is this dechlorinator that I have bought recently and I didn't notice at first but in the precaution section there is a line on it wich says "Maybe harmful to delicate plants such as Horn Wort".
Does anyone have any idea what may be in it and why it may be bad for plants?
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You would have to let us know what the name of the product is or the ingredients. You could use Seachem's Prime without worry.

You can also use ascorbic (citric) acid to remove chlorine, without harming plants. It will also remove chloramine, but there may be too much ammonia left behind, depending upon your chloramine level.
 
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