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    is there an easy to grow floating plant that goldfish like to graze on?


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    duckweed....... the plant won't grow though the goldfish will eat it up...... it's a floater too.....
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    maybe if i grew it in a different tank and put a little in their tank now and then

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    thats what alot of people do.....
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    really?

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    would a crayfish eat duckweed?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Levi
    would a crayfish eat duckweed?
    Doubtful, it stays on the surface
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    I have a 10 gallon with ome guppys in it that I grow duckweed in. Once it covers the entire surface of the tank I take 3/4 of it out and throw it into my goldfish tank. They destroy all of it within 20 minutes. I've tried countless times to grow it in the goldfish tank but their apetite for live plants is huge. You can try but it probably won't last long in a goldy tank.

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    You want some duckweed for $1 + shipping? I have a 38 completely covered with it, and I'll be skimming most of it out this weekend. It blocks the light for the other plants, and is long overdue for a purge.

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    i think goldfish might nibble cabomba, but thats a tad pricey. try java moss

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