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As soon as you dump a bucket load of it in the compost, someone will respond;
Happens every time. Just think of all that waste nitrogen you're taking out, and don't feel bad. I use it in my redworm bin.
 

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As soon as you dump a bucket load of it in the compost, someone will respond;
Happens every time. Just think of all that waste nitrogen you're taking out, and don't feel bad. I use it in my redworm bin.
Is it worth setting them up in a 20 gallon tank, tap water and just sun light? Would they even last in that type of set up?
 

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Yeah, they might. Refill it with used fish water to add some nutrients and minerals. Good to have some extra frogbit on hand anyway -- if you need to medicate a tank and the filter bacteria is killed (or when a filter motor fails), frogbit is a great way to instantly replace the ammonia-consuming function.
 
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