Hi Phil .. First let me agree with you that last year most teams were better than the Raiders... But if you want to look at a little history, I would say very few teams are better. I think we will see a big differance this year, with the coaching changes. I have a lot of family up in WA, So can't say anything bad about the SeaChickens...;-)Phil Edwards said:OakRaid,
I think it's because the Seahawks are a better team than the Raiders.
Actually, what's most likely happening is while your plants have enough nutrients available they are able to photosynthesize which causes the bubbles. A few days later they've run out of sufficient food and can't Ps anymore so the bubbles drop to next to nothing.
Are you adding CO2 or any Nitrogen, Phosphorus, or Potassium? Those four, particulalry CO2, N, and Phos, are essential for photosynthesis.
Don't think that is it...As I can have the bubbles for like a week...and then, like now...nothing.Macbrush said:Did you just change water when you see bubbles on the plants?
Was pretty much the same for me .. I guess would be the last 2 or 3 hours that the lights were on I would get pearling on all the leafs, and also some steady streams of bubbles off some plants.spituch said:Dear Oakraid,
My plants don't pearl very often. I know when they are pearling when a steady stream of very fine bubbles emerges from the leaves of the plant. Many fine bubbles hundreds per minute, sort of like a machine gun. Then I really know the gas is coming from the plant. If the air bubbles you see are on the glass as well as the plants, then its probably like Mr. Iunknown says: water oversaturated with gas and its just releasing it.
This isn't a good picture but its the best I have.