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CO2 in Planted Aquaria

@inproceedings{Pedersen2006CO2IP,
  title={CO2 in Planted Aquaria},
  author={O. Pedersen and Troels Andersen and C. Christensen},
  year={2006}
}
CO2 is beyond comparison the most important of all plant nutrients. Without sufficient CO2, plants cannot photosynthesize and convert into energy-rich sugars, starch and all the other carbon-containing molecules that constitute a plant. It may seem odd to look at CO2 as a plant nutrient. When growing terrestrial plants, we are used to providing light, water and nutrients, but never CO2. is article explains why we need additional CO2 in the planted aquarium, how CO2 is used by aquatic plants… CONTINUE READING
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