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  1. Hubble Tea

    Help I Fed Uncooked Peas!!!

    I think your fish will be fine then :V I also feed my goldfish bladder snails all the time haha. *crunch*
  2. Hubble Tea

    Help I Fed Uncooked Peas!!!

    i am pretty sure ive fed uncooked peas before. Did you deshell them?
  3. Hubble Tea

    Shallow Emergent Plant Suggestions For 2.5 Gallon

    If so, with the idea i have in mind, that would be perfect, but are you sure they are emergent? I am looking for pictures but I can only find dwarf hair grass underwater. In carpet form. If so, with the idea i have in mind, that would be perfect, but are you sure they are emergent? I am looking...
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    Shallow Emergent Plant Suggestions For 2.5 Gallon

    Not until now. does the Eleocharis parvula become emergent? Is there anything a bit bigger but not anything above 12 inches when fully grown?
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    Shallow Emergent Plant Suggestions For 2.5 Gallon

    woah, all of those get pretty huge. I am getting a 2.5 gallon which is 10 liters.
  6. Hubble Tea

    Shallow Emergent Plant Suggestions For 2.5 Gallon

    The one that looks like a water lily but different? I was looking for something that would not stay at the water more or less. It does look really interesting though and I will keep it in mind for other tanks i make for sure.
  7. Hubble Tea

    Anyone With Experience With Water Clover?

    I want water clover as an emergent plant but how do I prevent it from getting too tall or taking over? Apparently it grows in thick but I dont wan't that. I'm doing a walstad 2.5.
  8. Hubble Tea

    Shallow Emergent Plant Suggestions For 2.5 Gallon

    Will not be an only 1 plant species tank. Most will be fully aquatic but I feel like it looks kind of incomplete without emergent plants. Anyone with experience with water clover?
  9. Hubble Tea

    Suggestions For Small Plants That Breach The Waters Surface?

    its the first tank 2.5 planted nano tank help - The Planted Tank Forum
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    Suggestions For Small Plants That Breach The Waters Surface?

    i think they are called amphibious plants but I'm not sure. I really like them and would love to get some. I am setting up 2 planted 10 gallons, 1 planted 20 gallon, and 1 planted 2.5 gallon. I saw some adorable clover looking plants in a 2.5 and it didn't look crowded at all!! I would show a...
  11. Hubble Tea

    Experience With Walstad Method?

    can you help me with the lighting? I know i want "yellow green" light but how many watts for a 20 gallon and a 20 gallon?
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    Experience With Walstad Method?

    if anyone has experience with the walstad method please share tips are tricks so I don't have to learn the hard way.
  13. Hubble Tea

    Happy/nervous New Betta Owner

    ammonia is too high, it should be 0. The Ph is high but no health problems will come of it. You also don't need betta water. It is a scam. You just need water conditioner. All you need for the nitrogen cycle is a filter and patience. Until the perameters come out as all 0 you should change the...
  14. Hubble Tea

    Speaking Up For An Abused New Betta? Help!

    Tell her that the bowl is suffocating the betta due to the surface area to water ratio, tell her the betta is lethargic because he is very cold since betta fish are tropical and need 78-82 degrees F, and that the betta is being burnt by ammonia because there is no filter and he will die in a...
  15. Hubble Tea

    Planaria And Detritus Worms? Huh?!

    Oh they are harmless. Detritus worms, as their name suggests, eat detritus ( trash, gunk, all of that ). Planaria mostly eat other small animals like copepods and detritus worms. If they really tried they could kill a small shrimp but thats unlikely/ uncommon.
  16. Hubble Tea

    Is Gh And Ph The Same

    Gh does mean general hardness but an alkaline Ph is also called "hard" and "soft" the other way around
  17. Hubble Tea

    Is Gh And Ph The Same

    Is Ph the same as GH or is there a convertor? I wan't a Ph of 6-7 but I don't want a Gh below 4. I don't know if they are the same thing though.
  18. Hubble Tea

    Experience With Lowering Ph With Bogwood And Peatballs?

    Thanks! I'll try that. I'll probably still have bogwood/driftwood in my aquarium as well. In the method I'm using I will do water changes once every few months ( natural method ).
  19. Hubble Tea

    Experience With Lowering Ph With Bogwood And Peatballs?

    I tested the water in which they were in when I bought them and the Ph was 6.6, When I bought them there was no curling. After they were in my Ph 8+ water all of their fins have begun to curl. I have already tested with adding calcium to the diet and I didn't get any resuts. I'm sure...
  20. Hubble Tea

    Planted Betta Tank

    I thought that plant behind the house was real... oops. Lol :hungover: But the gravel wouldnt be the problem the nutrient definciency would be.




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