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Advice for a converted betta owner.

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Advice for a converted betta owner.
Old 11-11-2009, 08:05 AM   #11
 
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65....that is kinda cool ain't it!?


Sorry I don't get what you're trying too say (maybe I need more coffee I donno)
65 in my house right now (still early) and I'm in sunny southern California! I miss summer...

The heavier the plant growth the greater the ability of the plants to remove nitrates from the water.
I prefer to keep bettas at a minimum of 80 and I think they prefer that too :)
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Old 11-11-2009, 08:13 AM   #12
 
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65 in my house right now (still early) and I'm in sunny southern California! I miss summer...

The heavier the plant growth the greater the ability of the plants to remove nitrates from the water.
I prefer to keep bettas at a minimum of 80 and I think they prefer that too :)
Time & again on many comon issues, it really does appear I just never had these issues in my tanks, simply cause of being planted the way the are (w/out high tech stuff).

80's that's what I'm talking bout maybe I was a Betta in my last life. I do tolerate 70, but below that....hibernation kick's in
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