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Yet another tank

Discussion in 'CO2 Enrichment' started by Henry Hatch, Feb 3, 2007.

  1. Henry Hatch

    Henry Hatch Guru Class Expert

    Aug 31, 2006
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    I can't seem to control myself. I'm thinking of setting up another plant tank. I currently have a pressurized co2, excel, and a Walstad type tank using Tom's low level dosing.

    I want to set up another 30 gallon tank with diy co2. I'm tapped out at the moment and don't have the dough for another pressurized co2 set up since I blew my available mad money on the 2 tanks I just set up.

    I plan to run 2 wpg of fl lights. My main concern is whether I can maintain a sufficient level of co2 to avoid algae problems. I found a pretty good recipe on the AGA website and plan to use champagne or wine yeast.

    My question is what level of co2 could I reasonably maintain in a diy setup and is it enough to run a 30 gallon with my planned lighting ?


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