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I know to grow lucky bamboo in a tank it can't be fully submerged, or it'll rot, but I planned on just sticking it in my tank. However, I heard somewhere that the roots are toxic to goldfish if consumed. Is this true? Do I have to put the bamboo in a container with substrate or can I just put it my tank with the roots exposed?
So after I killed my anubais and my hornwort was eaten by the lawnmowers with fins, my nitrates have gone through the roof and poor Shiro does not handle nitrates too well. So I am going to put my Moms and my brothers lucky bamboo in a small HOB filter along with a clipping of my moms pothos in a modified guppy breeding basket. 2 of the the lucky bamboo has never been in contact with other fish and the one that has been in contact has been bleached awile ago. Should I just rebleach em? Also I remember something about letting the bamboo dry in the sun after bleaching, so if someone can tell me what to do to it again I would be very greatful. Also, should I bleach the pothos too? She has a big plant and I can get roots if needed but I am unsure if she has used any fertilizer in the dirt. Do I just stick it in the water and let it go? Or should I put some gravel in for it?
I would like to use terra cotta pots to plant my lucky bamboo so the leaves come out of the water. Where can I find relatively inexpensive pots? I need like 2-3. My bamboo is just normal small curly branches. Nothing special.