Enough air for pods and phytoplankton?

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Hello, is this enough air for pods and phyto? It is 2 bubbles a second and are inside jars.
 

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Hello, is this enough air for pods and phyto? It is 2 bubbles a second and are inside jars.
Air stone more effective at low output
 

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I've never used a heater before in either my phyto or pod cultures, unless it is super cold in your home you should not need it. That doesn't look safe to me.
 
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I just put the heater in cause I had nowhere else to go. It is getting removed when my copepods arrive
 

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I don't use air or a heater in my pods,and from experience they do much better in a shallow square tub than a jar.
 

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