So I've often considered employing a few snails to help maintain the glass a bit, as well as adding some fairly pleasing-looking snails to the tank.
I also know that it is important to have some degree of salt in a fish tank (for the fishes sake as well as a potential deterrent for algae).
However, I remember from my experiments as a little child that salt and snails generally don't mix very well, at least for the snail they don't.
Furthermore, there are marine snails, so the salt issue can't be expressed to all snails.
Can someone shed some light on salt and planted tank snails. Is there an appropriate level that a snail keeper should adhere to? Thanks.