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Hi,

I have low level plants such as java fern, moss, drawf grass and a couple of typical easy care plants you get from an aquatic shop, nothing specialist.

I have a led light which i run for 8 hours a day with a co2 system.

I was thinking of turning of the co2 and leave it for when i set up my other tank.
i dont think my current tank or plants really need the co2 and neither do my shrimp and cory catfish.

Do you think they'll be much of a change?

Cheers

fei
 

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You can just turn the valves off - the valve from the tank itself.

CO2 levels are really dictated by the level of lighting the plants receive. If its not much light then CO2 won't do much good. Without knowing the details, I would just give it a shot and see how your plants fare.

GL
 
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