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    Lower Water Line

    Discussion in 'Planted Tank and Aquascaping' started by benzjamin13, Jul 11, 2018.

    1. benzjamin13

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      So because of the heatwave, I lowered the water level so the filter output (spray bar attachment) can agitate the surface to aerate the water a little bit more. I also have an incline CO2 diffuser hooked up. Since the the returning water isn't directly flowing into the tank, is CO2 still being absorb or should I shut it off until I top off my tank again?
       
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      Lots wasted but some is better than none.
       
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      Agreed the co2 is going to dissipate extremely fast.
       
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