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DIY CO2 Yeast reactor question

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by jha84, Jul 13, 2015.

  1. jha84

    jha84 Junior Poster

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    Anyone have any idea what size tank a DIY yeast reactor could potentially supply? I'm thinking liter soda bottle.
     
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    A 2 liter soda bottle is the minimum you can use with DIY co2. It will maybe handle a 20 gallon tank or less depending on light and plants. Its a pain to monitor and refill, unreliable and messy. Might as well go pressurized.
     
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