To CO2 or Not to CO2
That is the question? I am unsure if I "NEED" to - I find it a rather confusing topic to research.
I get the concept - Plants take in Co2, so if there is not enough they need it!
How do I know if there is enough...?
I have a 29 Gallon Biocube, for those unfamiliar with the setup read below. What are your thoughts. FYI - I am in process of converting to planted from Saltwater due to cost and maintence, want to avoid if able.
Regarding the Biocube Setup:
"The Oceanic BioCube features high-quality components and can be used for saltwater or freshwater setups. Enhanced filtration system features dual filter intakes to draw aquarium water from the surface and mid-water for improved water circulation and filtration. Replaceable 2-stage filter cartridge provides easy-to-maintain mechanical and chemical filtration. Bio-ball wet/dry filtration system improves gas exchange and provides efficient biological filtration. Viewing window for filtration water pump to ensure optimum performance. Includes a comprehensive aquarium lighting system with Cora life compact fluorescent lighting, Lunar Blue-Moon-Glow LEDs, and dual cooling fans integrated into the hood. Individual power cords allow timer operation for custom light schedules"