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AquaticBrandon, oh wow. you right. they are similar I didn't see the black dot on the fin
 

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A quick question that will alow me to get some good pictures in a couple months- should I buy the fluval co2 injector that says up to 20 gallons for my 10 gallon? I'm going to have low-mid light plants and mosses and try to heavily plant.


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NinjaTetra said:
A quick question that will alow me to get some good pictures in a couple months- should I buy the fluval co2 injector that says up to 20 gallons for my 10 gallon? I'm going to have low-mid light plants and mosses and try to heavily plant.


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I would just get an aquatek Co2 regulator. It's comes with the solenoid and tubing all for 80 bucks or so on Amazon. Then just hook it up with a paintball cylinder. You can still have a heavily planted tank without co2, just with low light plants and a few medium light plants.


 

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AquaticBrandon said:
I would just get an aquatek Co2 regulator. It's comes with the solenoid and tubing all for 80 bucks or so on Amazon. Then just hook it up with a paintball cylinder. You can still have a heavily planted tank without co2, just with low light plants and a few medium light plants.
The fluval is 20ish bucks with 3 replacement cyclinders for 20ish $, what's the benefit to the aquatek?


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Well you can get the fluval co2 one, but the aquatek regulator with a paintball cyclinder will last you a long time on the 10 gallon. The fluval co2 Kit you have to keep buying refills Which can get expensive. Keep in mind with co2 you have to have a balance of high light, co2 and ferts. If not balanced you can have algae issues.


 
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I wish I knew about plants in tanks. I have no idea where to start. but I applaud the ones that have planted tanks.
 

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