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Re: "Carbo-Plus" Questions

William Beckerman asked for information about the Carbo Plus; Merrill
replied that he was on his way to catch a plane and didn't have time to

If you don't want to wait until next week, go to the archives of the list at
www.actwin.com/fish/aquatic-plants/ and search under "Carbo Plus".
Merrill's written about the product several times, and a number of other
people have also shared their observations on-list.

Alysoun McLaughlin
Wheaton, MD

> Date: Tue, 29 Aug 2000 17:48:54 -0400
> From: Ellen & William Beckerman <e_mail at bellsouth_net>
> Subject: Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V4 #504
> Aquatic Plants Digest 8/29/00 3:48 AM Aquatic-Plants-Owner at actwin_com
> ><SNIP>
> >I wish that you would try the "Carbo Plus" as I have great results with
> >it! After two years, I think it is the easiest and best thing for putting
> >carbon in your aquarium for the plants -- electronically!
> >
> >Merrill
> Thanks for the info Merrill, could you give us a little more on the
> "Carbo Plus"? Like what size tank and how it is planted, how long between
> carbon blocks, any downside to the unit? Is the controller a PH
> controller or does it just regulate the C02 output? Last, how would you
> say it compares it to a CO2 pressure tank system?
> I've been thinking about a CO2 system, but am nervous about a big fish
> kill if I don't use an electronic regulator.
> William Beckerman
> Cornelius, NC