Ok guys here we go. Call me crazy, I don't care. I just got a bundle of anacharis from the pond behind where I work (pictures below). I'm planning on putting them in a 10 gallon aquarium for however long it takes to kill off bacteria and other things that might have come with it. I'm gonna make sure they root well and that there are no issues while in the tank. So I'm just gonna put plain tap water in the tank to start the "sterilization" process if you could call it that. If I notice any plant disease or decay them I'll start treating the water. I don't know how the plants would react if I start adding liquid fertilizer since they don't have roots yet. I'll debate on that when the time comes. Another thing I've heard is to add a small amount of bleach to the water to help kill off things in the plant but not keep it in that water more than ten minutes. I'm not too crazy on that either since they don't have roots yet. If I succeed on this then I'll move them to my 90 gallon. Anyway, I just thought I'd post this "crazy" idea of mine. Good luck to me.