So, I quarantined my plants and eventually put one piece of cabomba and one bunch of it in Turbo's tank. For some reason, nearly the whole bunch seemed to be rotting; the stems appeared to be turning a pale brown. So, I took out the unsuitable pieces. I believe that the unsuitable plants may have harmed the water quality. Turbo seems to have fin rot. I'm pretty sure of this. Oddly, he still has white tips on his ventral fins. However, the edges of the other fins appear black and jagged. So, I need to start treating him for fin rot.
Today is the day that I've planned on finally getting a female betta! Yay! The issue is.. Now that I have to treat Turbo, my female betta won't have a quarantine tank. So, I have a few options. I could treat Turbo in the ten-gallon and remove the live plants and use the two-gallon for the female's quarantine tank. Or... I could put Turbo in his water change container, which is about 2/3 of a gallon (Estimate; maybe 1/2?). Or.. I could put the female betta in the 2/3-1/2-gallon container and treat Turbo in the two-gallon. Or.. I could put Turbo in the two-gallon and the female in the ten-gallon... I'm kind of leaning towards treating the ten-gallon and putting her in the two-gallon.. It's just a huge water change..
So, once I decide which one I'm going to do, I can treat him. Input would reallyyy, reallyyy be appreciated! Thanks in advance!