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Healthy, growing plants don't always "bubble". Mine never do. They still require more pruning than I care to do.

Bubbling occurs when the water contains as much dissolved O2 as it can. If it doesn't, the plants still produce O2 but it goes directly into solution and isn't visible.

Plants that are being gown in high light and CO2 environments grow faster and produce more O2. That's why bubbling is often seen in that environment.

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i have co2 bottle and a co2 defuser.
12000k day light and pink plant light. Thats still not enough for them to grow faster and produce bubble?
What is the size of your aquarium?

What kind of plants are in it? How are they doing? In what are they planted?

Take another look at the kind of lighting that you have. What you posted is not quite right.

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