Can I use it in a fish pond which has sprung a leak
I have been told it may harm the fish and the plants
The fish pond is likely made of plastic and so is the fiber-glass reinforced plastic you are likely to repair it with. Yes, these materials leach substances into water, but if it has cured for the appropriate amount of time (on the manufacturer label) leaching will be minimal...if at all.
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