Hey chuukus, thanks for the compliments. With all due respect, I took the idea from the inline glass diffusers already on the market. I was already using the microbubblers and though, "why can't this be inline?" so I did it. It works great and yes, you get a misting affect. I haven't used a CO2 setup that doesn't at one time or another. With good saturation and nutrient levels, the oxygen produced by the plants will add to it. Lower light, slower growing plants with lower CO2 levels etc don't produce as much so it doesn't look like your tank is filled with seltzer water
Hey metageologist, thanks for the info. $5-$10 for tanks!?!?
Wish I knew that a long time ago. The Embassy suites hotel just off Carrier Circle has a nice foyer with a pond, koi, flowing stream and walkway. It's pretty nice. Just make it look like your checking the place out for potential future stay. They may even have happy hour there? I thought Syr.Aq. was moving but things didn't work out. They had their eyes on a couple places but the people were just asking too much. I'll have to ask next time I'm in. I don't think they are building it though. They were working on a grow out building or some such thing and I suggested a greenhouse
Of course I volunteered to help out setting it up and all too.
Hey 66 north, welcome to CNY! I don't know about Fairmount (although a phone call would let you know quick) but Syr. Aq. can get all kinds of stuff. I believe his suppliers are limited to a certain few portions of the world so they may not be able to get everything, but again, a call would be worth it! While I'm on the topic, the cardinal tetras and rummynose tetras (two typically fragile species) are superb at Syracuse Aquarium! Every time they get them in they just look super healthy! Haven't been to Acks yet though I heard the fish section is more salt water and not very large. I'd like to stop in and check it out though! Anyone???