Green Leaf Aquariums new Atomic CO2 Diffuser
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Good light, and excellent co2. Along side nutrients and good care.
wow thats sick is that from a cylinder co2 or diy yeast suger bottle?
Needle Leaf Java Fern
It only needs to be cleaned just as a regular glass diffuser would. Bleach and water mix, or H2O2 will also work. Letting them soak over night is best. Keep a clean one ready to go and just swap them out when its time for a bath.
I will try to get more video up asap after the holidays. Thank you!
I will do my best!
Great video. I am interested in purchasing the atomic co2 kit from GLA. Can you tell me if the 45mm diffuser that comes with the kit is sufficient enough for a 16 gallon tank? Thanks!
Does the CO2 really drop the PH of the tank quickly? How to best control this?
I bought some ferts from you and they are working very nicely. By the way what is the white part made out of and does it need replacing after worn out? I may buy it also but it is out of stock at the moment.
Full pressurized co2 system from Green Leaf Aquariums
No pump necessary, this is coming from a pressurized co2 system. The stream of water is created by a canister filter exiting out of a glass filter pipe. All of this can be seen at Green Leaf Aquariums
Its a ceramic media.
Oh, and how efficient is it? Seems like a lot of wasted CO2 to me. And: what are you using to create that stream of water that’s pushing the bubbles/plants down? Thanks!
How do you keep the java fern looking so good? Mine always has black spots on them. Is it my water?
I just bought two of these little bad boys. The tiniest co2 bubbles EVER!!! Great new products from Greenleaf as usual. I have bought stuff from these guys for years, and as the saying goes, “Orlando is best”! 😉
@dnmukhra The 45mm will work no problem. The kit is specifically designed for all Atomic co2 diffusers. The 45mm would certainly be enough for your 16g tank.
Ahhhhhh I WANT one! … too bad I don’t have a CO2 tank. Just a simple DIY yeast mixture and an air stone attached to the top of my power filter. Do you think it’s enough for a *lightly* planted aquarium?
@aquazilla Ok. That would explain why there aren’t very many videos that have this then. I would get one, but it seems like it would require space for the pump. Plus I don’t have any money. Again, how are you creating the stream of water that’s pushing the bubbles? Thanks!
i just ordered this from you and hopefully it will replace my Rex style co2 reactor.
the mist looks very nice, keep up the good work orlando.
i think you should post more video about this diffuser, from different view of the diffuser etc
It may appear so, but its actually the smallest co2 bubble being misted from the stone which in turn results in more surface area. The key is moving the mist through the plant beds to get them in contact directly with plants. Misting is far superior than reactors in that co2 comes directly into contact with the plants.
Misting is preferred more so with professional escapist all over the world except the USA.