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>Matt wrote, "I have a 2.5 gallon tank that is established and has been
running for 2
>months now. It is planted, currently housing some microsword, some very
>small vals, two clawed, algae eating shrimp of unknown origin, a bumblebee
>goby, and a small clown loach (to deal with a snail explosion). I would
>like to add some co2 to this tank, as laughable an idea as it might be, to
>see if I can make this tank into a tiny underwater forest. I have just
>started DIY co2 on my 55 gallon tank, but I fear (understandably) that a 2
>liter bottle with the standard mix would really overkill the small tank. I
>need a little advice on a DIY mix that would let me put some co2 on this
>tank without over-doing it."
Matt, I think I would let it bubble into an overturned cup. The water would
absorb what it could, and any excess would occasionally overflow the cup in
a big bubble that would just escape to the surface.
Sounds like an interesting tank.
Alan4ever at worldnet_att.net
Alan Kaufmann, Psych Tech
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