Ok, so on Friday I ordered a large order of fish supplies and am still waiting on it to arrive.
However, one of those things was a large hunk of Mopani Wood for my new 20gallon ( The ruler of the tank is a silver dragon PK). I know you have to boil it at least 4 times to leach most of the tannins out so it won't discolor the water.
But, I was thinking bettas like tannins, and was wondering if it would be wise to condense some of these tannins down and bottle them up to use?
Cause I know we often use oak leaves and IAL just for the tannins they release.However would mopani wood tannins work the same way? I know they are safe for fish I just wanna know if they would be useful.