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Re: [APD] Aquatic-Plants Digest, Vol 25, Issue 76

Are limewood diffusers a good way to get the microbubbles of CO2 in the 
water?  I seem to remember reading a lot of good "reviews" of this type 
of "airstone".  And, which of Aquaticeco's stones are  you referring to 
Incidentally, I am now about a month away from setting up another 
aquarium, a 29 gallon one this time, but it seems that the longer I 
wait the more things change as to the best approaches for ferts and 
CO2.  I have this beautiful CO2 reactor I made and stored for my new 
tank, but I would much prefer the simplicity of just bubbling the CO2 
into the tank water.   What next????  I almost expect you to recommend 
omitting the water next!

Vaughn H.

On Friday, September 23, 2005, at 09:30 AM, Thomas Barr wrote:

> Disc are smaller, but need cleaned more often to be used consistently.
> I'd like to see some small flat on the gravel stones like Aquaticeco's 
> versions except 1/4 or 1/2 that size for CO2.

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