Is My Co2 Too Much Or Too Little For My 75g?

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Hello, I have always had a bad history with plants in my tank. So one day I decided to put add some CO2, to my planted tank. I looked up on YouTube and found out I can use a 2 Liter bottle so I made 3 of them for my 75 gallon tank.
I used a mix of:
7 table spoons of sugar.
1 teaspoon of Baking soda
2/4 teaspoon of yeast.
I added them to my tank.
What I wondered is will this create enough CO2 for my plants?
Will this be harmful for my fish if I leave it on 24/7 with 2 O2 tubes running only at night?
Will the three 2 Liter bottles/mixtures be enough or too little to supply my planted aquarium.
I posted some pictures to give some detail.
Thank you very much!
PS: I also added root tabs, I use flourish twice weekly, and my light wattage is 110W that I leave on for around 12-15 hours a day.
 
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