Diy co2 with powerhead diffuser
So I'm going to set up a diy yeast co2. I plan to diffuse using an Odyssey ex100 power filter. From what I understand if I put the end of the air tube under the filter, in the sponge, the impeller will pull the co2 through the sponge giving the co2 more time to dissolve. Any bubbles left should get broken up by the impeller at the top and sent out in the tank to dissolve. Assuming my understanding of this is correct, if I put the filter on a timer to come on with the lights. Would that lower the amount of co2 dissolving into my water at night. Or should I not bother and leave the pump on all nite. As it is I have 0 surface agitation during light period and allot at night.
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