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Too much CO2 loss with this set up?

Discussion in 'Aquascaping' started by andye, Feb 23, 2015.

  1. andye

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    What do you all think? Internal overflows with bioballs come down to this wet dry. I have Co2 with Ph meter.
     
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    CO2 is cheap. Turn it up enough get a pH drop of 1.0-1.2. Keep enough surface ripple to oxygenate well. As long as you can do all that reliably, predictably over time, you won't go too far wrong.
     
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