So in reading about going the non-CO2 route, it made me wonder if you wanted just a little more growth, would LOW (but stable) CO2 work as well? For example, I have a 10G tank hooked up to pressurized CO2, but am using the little ladder setup from the Nutrafin CO2 system to deliver the CO2 to the tank. I only have 20W light over the tank so I have the rate of CO2 at a super low rate -- 1 bubble every 10s or so.
If it is possible, how would I go about dosing for this tank? I have all the dry fertilizers from back when I used to do high tech tanks, but I seem to have forgotten anything about dosing and I'm really not even sure of the target levels anymore for the various nutrients.
I would love to build a liquid dose for this, but even dry amounts would suffice. Any and all help appreciated on this.