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Old 05-08-2012, 07:12 PM   #1
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diy co2

im thinking about turning my 10 in to a heavily planted tank with a betta or something(suggestions welcome),and would like help with co2(my light is way too strong for it if i dont,i get crazy algae,its like 40 watts. sometimes 60,its a desklamp lol). i dont have the cash for normal co2,so if anybody has info/links on making it

nearly a year of complete inactivity and still over 4 posts per day. dedication, eh?
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Old 05-11-2012, 12:13 PM   #2
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A google search is worth 1000 posts!

Also, the Watts per gallon ratio goes out the window with smaller tanks. What kind of light? Florescent? Halegon? Some desk lamps have UV Filters on glass covering the halegon light - This would reduce the useful light greatly.
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co2, diy, diy co2

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