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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #1217
I use D.I.Y. CO2 as well, and have about 3 watts per gallon, in a 75g tank
with power compacts on a shorter cycle, and a fluorescent tube on 12 hours.
I have the yeast mixture in two 3-liter soda bottles, with the joined line
running to the intake tube of a powerhead. The power head is on the same
timer as the pc's, and chops up the CO2 bubbles pretty small and disperses
them. Every day when I get home there is a champagne glass effect
Maybe your CO2 reactor isn't producing a sufficient level, or maybe it isn't
getting diffused into the water? Also it is pretty warm here even with the
AC on, a cooler temp might be inhibiting the yeast reaction. Just a guess.
----- Original Message ----- >
> Date: Tue, 14 Aug 2001 19:13:17 -0700 (PDT)
> From: peachdoo at excite_com
> Subject: pearling and CO2 from yeast
> Hello Folks:
> I use yeast for my CO2 production. I haven't seen pearling in the tank
> yet. Is it possible to get the plants to pearl using DIY CO2 from yeast?
> have an average of 3 watts per gallon for lighting running 12 hours a day.
> The plant growth is lovely, but I wonder about this pearling. I would
> to see and get photos of this phenomenon in my tanks.
> Thanks, Diana