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Old 05-31-2019, 09:39 PM   #1
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Bubbles

Iv just noticed last night that every once in awhile Iíd see a tiny bubble fly to the top of tank, first I thought was my fish until I watched closer an no itís coming from substrate. Water parameters are fine plant growth is good I just dunno what would be causing the bubbles all of a sudden, tanks been up an goin a good while now.
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Did you check closely around and underneath the tank for a slow leak?
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Yup nothin, isnít coming from just 1 spot. I took tongs an moved gently the substrate in other areas around plants an bubbles came up too
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That's a little odd. The wonder is worse than than any potential problems
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That's a little odd. The wonder is worse than than any potential problems


Yes itís very confusing, some I read online say it can be the root system of plants producing o2 or something. Some say get trumpet snails to mix up the substrate( which I donít bother substrate slat all ) and prevent gas bubbles
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