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Re: BioPlast NutriFlex CO2 System
> I've just recently started working with planted aquariums in the past month.
> I have a 20 gallon tank. I was talking with the folks at Albany Aquarium
> (which I have the luck to live near), and they suggested something called a
> Nutriflex CO2 system (They just got them in, and haven't tried them yet).
> had looked into other options for CO2, but most were too time or money
> consuming for me. This system is just a simple plastic container. You add
> an alka-seltzer-like tablet to the container, and it dissolves. The CO2 is
> left in the container, and the gas slowly dissolves into the water. You
> just drop a new tab in every 3 days or so.
> Has anyone else heard of this system? I bought it and just set it up
> tonight. Any warnings, opinions, or tips?
I have no experience with this thing, but I bet if you add up the cost of a
year's supply of these little tablets, the cost issue will get another look.
I suggest you save your shekles so you can replace it with a bottled gas