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Re: [APD] Re: Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 14, Issue 19
Hmmm, I think the hype is hiding the essence. From the
descripton it doesn't appear that any highly compressed gas
is involved at all. It described the "reactor" vessel for
"microorganisms." It sounds like a simple yeast reactor
with some vague wording.
Were would a compressed gas cyclinder come into play with a
--- NYCMags <heavensabvus1 at yahoo_com> wrote:
> Yes, I've seen that one too, which is essentially the
> same as my own DIY system. This one, however,
> actually has a real canister filled with Co2, just
> like a larger system, but in miniature.
> >I seen one close but it looks like nothing more than
> a bottle that functions as a yeast "reactor" plus some
> tubing and an "air" stone.
> To refill, you would replace the contents with more
> water, sugar, a pinch of yeast (the "microorganism")
> and maybe a little baking soda and protein powder.
> You could do the same with your own water bottle, some
> airline tubing and an airstone.
> Scott H.
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