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05-09-2013 05:48 PM
pelicanincident Take out the charcoal.
05-09-2013 02:59 PM
jbrady33 I took out all my charcoal and filled the space left with media, haven't noticed any difference in water quality or clarity. One less thing to buy.

I do run purigen though, just no carbon. Regen the purigen every few months, probably not often enough - which tells me it probably isn't really needed either
05-09-2013 02:46 PM
NWA-Planted
Re: Diffuser under intake

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Originally Posted by Cannonbolt View Post
Really??
Yep

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05-09-2013 02:25 PM
Cannonbolt
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Originally Posted by thinBear View Post
the charcoal will absorb fertilizer you add as well
Really??
05-07-2013 05:09 AM
thinBear I think charcoal is not needed for planted tank.
A healthy plant growth = balance of light, CO2 and fertilizer; the charcoal will absorb fertilizer you add as well
05-07-2013 04:38 AM
82nd_Airborne No it does not affect co2.
05-07-2013 01:11 AM
Cannonbolt
Diffuser under intake

My diffuser is located under the intake of my HOB filter - I thought the impeller would help break up bubbles and better distribute the CO2 to the whole tank. I have charcoal in my filter...that doesn't affect the CO2 does it?

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