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Old 04-04-2013, 12:09 PM   #1
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I just recently moved my diy co2 setup to my wife's 20 and was wandering about some mixtures. I have 2 pounds of active dry yeast so that is the yeast I will be using as for sugar I have regular pure cane sugar. Here are some pics of the setup. I'm looking for a more consistant steady mixture not a real powerful one. I have one plant and 5 bulbs in there right now. Thank you guys.

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