More light = plant bubbles?!
I have a 55 gal with co2 injection, with only 60 watts of weak
light (old bulbs) Today I recieved in the mail a new double strip four
foot light. I immediatly got it over the tank with the old lights and watched
my plants "come to life" The effect was immediate...they all started to send
a tiny stream of bubbles from various leaves. I'm not talking just a few bubbles,
these things were goin' crazy! Can anyone help me with what exchange is going on
here and what the light triggered to do this? The books I have do not explain this.
Thank you, Mark Jackson