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Re: low light tank

> According to research done by Tropica, the impact on growing speed from CO2
> is much bigger in a low light tank than in a high light tank.

I confirm this.
> In a tank with much light you MUST have CO2 in order to get the plants to
> grow, in a low light tank you do not need it, but it really help the speed
> and the way the plants look.
> I had a low light tank less than 1 watt/gal (look at my webpage 66gal tank)
> some people from USA even told i was lying when i said i did grow plants in
> that amount of light.

I *know* your not lying Soren. First off, why would you? Second off, if your
lying then I must be cause I have a tank with less than 1 watt a gallon and
am growing plants.
Tom Barr

> Everything was growing fine, but i wanted more so i
> started to inject CO2, and everything really took of, my anubias normaly got
> 1 new leave every week, with CO2 it have 4-5 every week. And everything else
> grow very fast.
> So CO2 is also very important in an low light tank.
> With many Thanks
> Soren ' Disky ' Reinke  ICQ #1413069