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PREPARE SPAWN TANK

This is my advice about how to prepare spawn tank for betta fish.

1. Clean your spawn tank with salt or KMnO4.

2. Add tap water into your spawn tank with 3-4 inch height.

3. Add aqua plants into your spawn tank. Please see picture.


4. Add Indian almond leaves about 2 leaves.

5. Leave it at least 2 days.

6. Now your spawn tank is ready.

7. Put the male & female betta fish into this spawn tank.

16 comments:

farhana mannan said...

thank you so much for these informations. i have three betta fish. one female and two male and i really want them to breed. i am trying them to breed and these informations would definately help me. thanks. :)

Innovation said...

You're welcome farhana mannan. I am glad to hear that from you.
Thank you.

Sajib said...

Hey, Farhana, I think they won't breed as long as they are in your home. :P :P I also think that those cute little fishes don't like you. Probably that's why they aren't listening to you. :D
Send them to my home, I'll get the job done. (You gotta pay for this, dealing early!) :D :D

farhana mannan said...

sajib, even if they see your picture they would freak out and trust me it's impossible for you to make them breed.
so i am not paying you for anything darling.

Sajib said...

Farhana, oh really? Are you sure my picture will scare them? ok :( I can understand why this would happen. You gotta see whose boyfriend I am. :D :D :P

Anyway, in this case, my suggestion is let someone else try them to breed. As long as you try, they won't.

Anonymous said...

Are you using RED indian almond leave or GREEN indian almond leave for this spawning tank?

Innovation said...

I use red Indian Almond leave.

James said...

What type s of plants should I use for my spawn/fry tank? I live in Atlanta Georgia, US. Thank you, James.

Innovation said...

Hi James ,
You can use all types of fresh water plant.

Anonymous said...

hi my name is Rich i have set up my tank and have everything ready for the fry but i was wondering if i put almond leaves in their i'm afraid of it dirting the water and killing the fry so i'm wondering if it good idea to put almond leaves in their.

Innovation said...

Hi Rich,
No problem with Indian Almond leave in the spawning tank...it will rot slowly which has some small food for the fries during it is rotting.

Anonymous said...

Couldn't I just use my male betta's normal tank? Why can't I just fill up a bowl with water? Thanks, and please answer :)

Kat said...

How big does spawn tank have to be I've hear it has to be up to 10 gallons is that true or can i use a smaller tank?

dani b's spot said...

hi! do you put a lid on the breeding tank?
this site is wonderful. keep up the good work!

October Marie said...

How do you know if the fishes are ready to breed, how old is the fish if you are going to breed?

Anonymous said...

What do i do if my female betta is attacking the male and eating his fins