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Re: [APD] CO2 use - off at night?
I just use a pH controller and solenoid valve... that way it only runs when it
needs it. Milwaukee makes a good inexpensive controller (about $100) and I
can't imagine injecting co2 any other way! The real nice thing about this,
other than saving on co2 is that all you have to do is keep track of your
carbonate hardness and you know roughly what your co2 levels are at any given
time... no bubble counting etc.
Quoting Mark Vanvick <mark_vanvick at choldings.com>:
> I read in an issue of Aquatic Plants Digest that it is a good idea to turn
> off the CO2 at night.But I get the feeling that most of the people on this
> board don't do that.I have a wet/dry filter and use a lot of CO2 and turning
> it off at night would help.What do most of you folks do? Thanks.
> -Mark Vanvick
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