How would you recommend I do that?You need to address the macro nutrients first if you're running CO2 with higher light levels.
Hmm.. What about the fish, though? How can you be sure those levels aren't hard on them?I've been playing around with a drop checker and had to run it far, far into the yellow to get my tank "happy".
What I should have said is i CAN'T go by bps..just wanted to throw a ballpark figure
One what?It's beneficial to get to the desired concentration of CO2 quickly so that you're covered for the entire photoperiod. It's also a good idea to set your bubble rate such that the CO2 controller doesn't cycle on and off too frequently. One an hour is probably more than enough. A high CO2 rate will result in drastic back-and-forth pH swings that will wear out the solenoid faster
Depends.. WAS going to get it from Green Leaf Aquariums, but they won't ship ferts to Canada.It can't really take that long for the ferts to get to you, can it?
Ok, I'll start trimming, and go to one light for now..Absolutely. The more that is there, the faster it can and will spread.
Why's that?I would drop it even further
There is a .4-.6 pH variance (6.6 to 7.0-7.2) between the time the CO2 shuts off at night, and the air stone turns off in the early morning.Do you know the set points on the PinPoint controller.
In what way?SAE's might help but they're overrated
Hmm.. There's an idea!it may be just as easy to remove the Anubias and OD it outside of the tank