C02 at day, Oxygen at night

lightyear

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Hi,

I am thinking if this will make the plants in my aquarium grow better.

Thinking of supplying co2 while my lights are on and o2 at night when off. The idea behind is that plants consume co2 at the presence of light and consumes oxygen on reverse. Given this, plant will have a 24 hours of proper nourishment of co2 and o2 as needed.

in additon to that, this will prevent plants of having plateau of co2.

any thoughts?
 

dutchy

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True, and what's just as important.... it's better for you fish. Make sure the CO2 is at the desired level when lights switch on.

regards,
dutchy