Husbandry is how you are caring for the fish. At least that is what I believe she is asking. (Size of tank, is it filtered, do you have live plants, how often do you change the water... Etc.)
But, from what you have posted, I honestly don't get the feeling you are an experienced fish keeper. I don't know why your trying to breed your fish. However, I think for now you need to concentrate on learning proper care of your Betta fish.
Please read the basic care page here:
Here is a quick list of basic supplies for keeping your fish, this is NOT for breeding:
A 2.5 gallon or larger aquarium
A hood or glass cover
A filter with low flow (optional)
Ornaments and/or plants
A test kit
Betta pellet food
Aquarium salt for treating potential illnesses
I am not going to link to the breeding pages, as I think you really need to get the basic care down first. In my opinion - you should also separate your male and female for now. Breeding without proper knowledge and care of your fish is only going to stress them out. Possibly leading to illness or death of your fish.
Please do refer to the basic care page I linked to. There is a lot of useful information there.
--> If you already are aware of how to care for them, I appologize. But your posts seem to indicate you might not know the basic care these fish need. Like the best foods for them..