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General plant concerns and questions, my 29g *pics*

Discussion in 'General Plant Topics' started by ir0n_ma1den, Feb 6, 2008.

  1. ir0n_ma1den

    ir0n_ma1den Prolific Poster

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    I've posted this in my journal on APC and TPT, and have decided to post it here as I have some questions and concerns.

     
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    Heres the other part:
     
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    ir0n_ma1den Prolific Poster

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    And the last part:

    thanks
     
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    Remove the spray bar.

    Have the flow go along the top back wall of the tank, then down, blasting the mist from the diffuser all over.

    That should help a lot.

    Not sure what the light is.

    Regards,
    Tom Barr
     
  5. ir0n_ma1den

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    The diffuser is now directly under the intake, but I may end up taking out the diffuser and just sticking the tubing in the intake.

    The lighting is 1x65w.

    I'll remove the spray bar and see how my tank reacts.

    thanks
     
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    I just added this update today:
    I got a reply by one person that said I might have mistook your information now that I have the diffuser gone. That person told me to put the spray bar back on and point it down at the front pane of glass. which method should I use?

    Also, does pointing the CO2 enriched water in the direction of a plant benefit it, or does it not matter?

    thanks
     
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