LOL 120g using DIY co2? Good luck with that.
That helps lolLOL 120g using DIY co2? Good luck with that.
Guess I found a lower recipe than you use Hoppy but thanks for your advice. I will defo go with it and the recipe as you have said and see what happens for a week or two anyway before I get any fish just as an experiment really, nothing ventured nothing gained and all that lolYou have too little water. If you use 10X sugar and yeast, you need 10X water too. I would put around 18+ liter of water in that big container. Air space there is counter productive, because you then have a long wait for all of the air to finally be exhausted from the container. Until then your "CO2" will be mostly air.
I use 2 liter of water, perhaps a little less, .5 tsp yeast, .5 tsp baking soda, and 2 cups of sugar. One cup of sugar is about 7 ounces, so 10X 2 cups is 8.75 pounds, not 6 pounds. Half a tsp of yeast times 10 is 5 tsp, not 1 3/4 tsp. With those proportions this should work for about 5 bubbles per second.
Consistancy..fluctuating co2 levels CAUSE BBA. Since the bubble rate and consistancy of the bubbles can not be controlled then swapping in and out of containers is a lot of work.That helps lol
Well why not?