CO2 for miniature baby's tears - how?

Georgie Girl

I just searched "baby tears" for more information about the cute little buggers. I learned that they require CO2. Oh, the things they don't tell you at the LFS. (That's no excuse. I should've researched.)

How do I get CO2 into my tank? I have a 15-gallon Fluval Flex Bowfront.
 

dcutl002

Georgie Girl

Pressurized CO2 is the best way to go, but it can be expensive. Here is an informative link on pressurized CO2: Pressurized CO2...Just thought I'd share.

You will need a regulator wit solenoid, CO2 tank, diffuser, CO2 line, and a drop checker.
CO2 Complete kit: Pro-SE Series Complete Aquarium CO2 System with in-tank Flux_ Diffuser

NOTE: I am in no way affiliated with CO2 Art and do not benefit in any way from the sales thereof. The above link is merely a suggestion from past experience.
Thanks, dcutl002!

:eek: $212. Wowee.

You say it's the best way to go. Since I can't afford the kit you recommend - and I probably wouldn't do better if I tried to assemble it myself - can you tell me if there are other ways to introduce CO2? Thanks.
 

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