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Re: Aquatic Plants Digest V3 #548


The water clouded probably because a bit of the yeast solution got in the
aquarium. You must not fill the bottle to high with the mix so you can
shake it to stimulate it towards the end without this happening.
If it is a small amount it is ok and will go away with filtration and water
changes. No big deal, it's happened to me too.


>Date: Wed, 30 Sep 1998 20:03:59 EDT
>From: BBFB at aol_com
>Subject: Cloudey water
>Hi all,
>I am relatively new with DIY CO2 and I am faced with the following problem
>would appreciate any advise.
>The bubbles from the home-made reactor (Coke bottle) was gettting less
>frequent so I shook the bottle and a large amount of CO2 bubbled out clouding
>my water. Since it was also time for a water change I removed and replaced
>some water. This should help; is there anything else I should be doing? Is
>there any problems I should be watching out for? 
>End of Aquatic Plants Digest V3 #548
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