What kind of plants? often plants that are collected need to be acclimated to indoor lights too, going from sunlight to tank lights can shock the plants and they can melt and/or die...but it sounds like you may have acclimated them already and they are doing well, depending on what type of plants...what you did is about all you can do to make them aquarium safe without chemicals...which I do not use or recommend.
i messaged bettaboy this question but he didnt answer so my question is i picked up some plants from my friends pond i had them in quarintine for 3 weeks . Yesterday i washed them and got of all the bugs off them are they safe to put in my tanks?
Your welcome and I don't mind.....I may not have the answers to all the questions and sometimes with my health I physically can't get to the computer or will have limited time in the up-right position...lol......so if I don't get back to ya right away I am not ignoring you I may be bed bound for the day......
I don't feed microworms, but in general you want to feed once the fry are free swimming (I know you know that already) and look at their stomach, once it is nice and round stop feeding, I feed my fry 2-3 times a day-once I start adding food I start making daily water changes too-poor water quality is the biggest killer of fry. If the tank was mature (over 6momths old) with live plants and a snail or two-the tank should have lots of micro critters too for the fry during the first 3-5 days from free swimming stage.