Its a 46 gallon tank... the type with a bowed front.
Im curious how the fish will aqcuire oxygen without water agitation or an airstone? Either will remove co2 from the water.
I have a 10 gallon where the c02 is injected under a small dish and it has 2 over the side filters as well as an air stone, yet at the same time I find the water to have plenty of co2 (enough to cause ph crash)
Keeping in mind that the water is VERY agitated and has an airstone going as well, my conclusion is that since the co2 is trapped under the dish, it will continuosly dissolve into the water, and there will always be co2 present.
I admit im new to growing plants, and I know just enough about water chemistry to get me into trouble, but I see no other way to explain the high co2 levels in a highly agitated tank with an airstone....
In any case, what would be the proper poor mans way to provide oxygen to my fish, and co2 to my plants at the same time?
PS: I am so glad I found this forum.. you guys /gals have really been a great help.