I just wanted to see if it was possible instead of throwing the trimmings away or trying to sell/give it away. I'll never stop giving them broccoli, spinach etc. Just thought I'd could give them a little more variety something like duckweed possibly but I won't chance it unless someone already does it.Asomeone said:Youd have to get specific with the plant. Then the next question would be...why....rats still tend to need a higher quality diet with things like broccoli, endive, carrots, celery, etc. Theres plenty of plant matter that don't do well for rats so i don't know what would be the point imo. most aquatic plants are not particularly edible. If you wanted to grow something that they could eat I'd suggest sprouting something like bok choy, leeks, or celery. You can route a pump to distribute tank water in a makeshift sprout holder and grow these plants well.
Thanks but I won't be giving my babies anything that isnt 100% safe I just won't chance itAsomeone said:I'll give you this study and you can do what you will with it. I highly doubt most people give their pets trimmings but hey maybe you'll write the next study right!