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Hello everyone. I’ve been keeping an eye on my frogbit i got last week. My goruami is eating the roots and i’m not sure if that will affect the growth of it. it makes sense that it would because it’s eating the roots which grab all the nutrients. I’ve attached some pictures of the plant if anyone can see and tell me if the plant is doing alright! i’ve just started to get into plants!

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My pearl gourami also does that on my frogbit roots. D'ont worry about it, it's not bad for the fish or plant, It will just grow back
 
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My pearl gourami also does that on my frogbit roots. D'ont worry about it, it's not bad for the fish or plant, It will just grow back
thanks for the info!
 

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B.t.w your a genius using the air hose to stop it from traveling around the tank...I'm going to borrow this idea and get me some frogbit now..I have been putting it off as I do not know how to contain it hahahaha
 
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Wrench said:
B.t.w your a genius using the air hose to stop it from traveling around the tank...I'm going to borrow this idea and get me some frogbit now..I have been putting it off as I do not know how to contain it hahahaha
ahahah i was looking online on ways to contain it. This is the best way to go IMO very easy to install and does the job extremely well!
 

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ahahah i was looking online on ways to contain it. This is the best way to go IMO very easy to install and does the job extremely well!
I will be totally doing this..maybe with some lillies as well
 

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