Water for Betta fish bowl

June 27, 2018
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1. A Short Answer
If the water in your fish's home is green, then algae is growing in the water, which shows that the water contains too much dissolved fish waste. You should change some of the water in your fish's home every day, until the water in your fish's home is clear again.

How much water should you change? Don't overreact and change too much water at one time. Change 20% of the water once each day until the green is gone, then change 20% of the water twice a week.

3. Why is Algae Growing in My Fish's Home?
Algae needs water, light, and nutrients. If your fish's home has too much algae, we know your water is getting lots of light and has lots of nutrients dissolved in it. Where did the nutrients come from? Fish eat food and produce waste that is an excellent nutrient for algae.

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