Confetto Posted November 8, 2022 Share Posted November 8, 2022 I bought some Frogbit from my local fish store today. I have bought frogbit from them a few months ago, but Miso (my betta) loves to knock the long roots off causing it to struggle. My new frogbit is HUGE! It was grown in another customer's fish pond and it's leaves are about the size of a 50 cent coin! More importantly, the roots are thick and stronger. My hope is it can withstand Miso snuggling it. Currently, I have the frogbit in two one gallon size Mount Olive pickle jars I use for water changes. I plan to rinse the frogbit tomorrow morning in fresh/tap water before putting some into my tank. Should I treat my tank with a dose of plant food? (Aqueon brand) Stats: 3 gallon tank, no CO2, one koi betta, two anubias plants, a tiny busephlandria and small patches of frogbit. The Mysterious Plant. In the handful of frogbit that I purchased today, there was a hitchhiker - a long stemmed piece of plant with tiny roots and sporadic leafy offshoots. (See photo) What is it? Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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