Do i need CO2 injection?

Discussion in 'Plant CO2' started by AndyVE, Aug 8, 2014.

  1. AndyVE

    AndyVEValued MemberMember

    Hi all,
    i have a 33 gallon thank with the following plants:
    Taxiphyllum spec (Flame mos) (3)
    Eleocharis Acicularis (dwarf hairgrass) (3)
    Echinodorus Bleheri (3)
    Cabomba aquatica (3)

    Also use the following products:
    Sera flore 4 plant
    Sera flore 1 carbo
    (So far not on a daily basis though)

    Have 2x24 W T5 tubes (aquarium is 78x37x56cm - 128L)

    The last two plants seem to grow pretty fast (for sure the cabomba),
    he grass i trim to 2cm so it will spread anD that also seems to be working.
    But the moss i do not see any movement (is also planted like the rest in my soil)

    Would a CO2 injection system be worth it or should these plants manage without one?
    Will already start by using my products on daily basis.
     
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    AndyVE

    AndyVEValued MemberMember

    Pic just taken...
     
     
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  3. Kindafishy

    KindafishyValued MemberMember

    You're on the lower end of the wattage/gallon light spectrum, so you probably don't need it. If you want to see how it would work for the plants, you could start with Flourish Excel or CO2 tabs.
     
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    AndyVE

    AndyVEValued MemberMember

    Thanks for the advice.
    So will wait and use the porducts that i have (but on a daily basis) and see what the efect is. Most of the plants grew already except for the moss....but that is a small growing plant anyway while the others are not if i read it well.
     




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