diy co2 to much for 10g tank? to much c02 shrimp worrys? - The Planted Tank Forum
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post #1 of 2 (permalink) Old 07-09-2011, 07:44 PM Thread Starter
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diy co2 to much for 10g tank? to much c02 shrimp worrys?

Im about to set up a 10g with shrimp tanks with cfl screw in lighting and wondered if diy co2 was to much for a 10g tank or maybe to much co2 for the shrimp?
I have done co2 on 20g tanks for years with shrimp but never a 10g but im sure a few other people have. thanks!
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No, it shouldn't be too much. People run CO2 even on their nanos. You can control the CO2 output by changing the bottle size/amount of yeast and sugar that you put in.
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