So I am 100% that the neon tetras in my community tank have ick. Now I have two dwarf gouramis in a quarantine tank with fresh, clean cycled water, because they haven't shown any signs yet. I never thought this would happen to me as I usually help people with fish disease rather than deal with it myself. As for the tetras, they are still in the tank. I know that ick is also carried through the water column and substrate so that is why I took the other fish out. Anyways I have a load of live plants in the tank, and don't want to kill them. My first thought is to use a medication to treat the whole tank with the infected fish in it, however I have been reading a bunch about it and some of these medications will harm or damage live plants. Any suggestions on what to treat the tank with so the plants won't be affected would be greatly appreciated.