I agree. And thank you for telling me that! I didn't know, I thought it was purely for "new breeders" here is what he said to me
Not a bad article except the temperature. I don't even raise the spawning tank that high. 78 to 80 is fine for spawning, raising and maintaining Bettas. The higher temperatures will foul the water faster and is too high for their metabolizm. 84 degrees is fine if you are treating them for a disease like Velvet or ich otherwise 82 is as high as I'll make the water.
Yeah. Wait, chard actually was in new breeders... Lol, he doesn't seem like a new breeder to me. He thinks he's better than everybody else, I wrote a guide on raising fry and got scolded about the temperature range by him (85-88) and then got scolded again by correcting the category he out his bettas for sale under. And another quick question about breeding, Is a lot of infusoria around/in the filter
Al of greatwhitebettas was where I got said info. And Al had amazing bettas. Chard is tooting his horn over his wins in New Breeder when he was the only entry to the shows. His fish have improved a bit but still nothing great.
Okay, thank you! I really don't like chard anyways, his snide, rude comments really big me and they way he overpriced fish, and also sells deltas, and PK's as HMs and HMPK's. He said 82 was a good temp