I've noticed that when i increase surface agitation and break a surface a lot , i can turn up the co2 a lot more than when i only wrinkle it a little..
Ok , that's nothing new but , would it be fair to say that plants get more co2 this way , more bubbles , even though it goes out fast when it reaches the (broken) surface?
And fish get more o2 this way right?
So is a lot of co2 with a lot of surface agitation better than a little less co2 and less agitatioin?
Downside would be often refilling of the co2 bottle which i don't mind as i have a 20kg bottle.
Am i missing something here?