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Noobie. Need some help

Discussion in 'Are you new to aquatic plants? Start here' started by vincel892, Dec 29, 2015.

  1. Pikez

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    Discounting importance of CO2 in an ultra-high light tank is not going to help this newbie. At all.


    Ignoring CO2 is fine in a low-PAR, Walstad style tank. Not here.
     
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    How powerful of a pump do you think I need? I read that for a 200 gallon, some use up to a 900gph pump
     
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    I don't know the math around turnover. I do know, I use


    Max Flow 1585 GPH on a 55g. This is severely hindered by my reactor but I'm getting good results
     
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    To my understanding, he means pressure of the pump.








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    Got it...thanks strungout.
     
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    Would anyone know what the difference in using a regular submersible pump vs a needle wheel pump in break up co2. Im debating whether to try the nw and cerges reactor method
     
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