So, I’ve decided to try my hand at breeding bettas I have my couple chosen and I’ve had my tank cycling for the past 2 months and all the levels and everything is looking good. The pair is basically ready to go all that’s left is for me to introduce the female. But before I do so I have some questions about fry care, especially for feeding them. So I have some planaria in the tank and I haven’t done anything about it because I was assuming the fry will be able to eat it? Is this a correct assumption? Also I don’t quite have the space for a BBS hatchery, what are some good alternatives? For raising angelfish fry I’ve used instant bbs and they did good and ate it. Would this work for betta fry as well? I also have micro worm and vinegar eel cultures that I’ll be ordering. Anything else I should get before I put in the order? Also will leaving Indian almond leaves in the tank for an extended period of time generate some microorganisms for the fry to feed on? Ive raised angelfish fry and they were surprisingly low maintenance so I’m looking forward to being more involved in the rearing of fry. Any tips are much appreciated, in a bit I’ll post pictures of my chosen pair and you guys can tell me what you think.