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Too much CO2?

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I apologies if this has been answered somewhere else already, but I could find it...

Simple question:
Is there such a thing as too much CO2?
I started a new tank, there is just plants at the moment, no shrimps or fishes yet and I wondering if there would be any damage in adding a lot of CO2 to the tank, and I mean bright-yellow-drop-checker kind of CO2 level...
I am hoping it will force the plants to grow faster.

Thanks
 

sa80mark

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Leicester
No, its fine just pump it in :) my 30l is just over 3 weeks old now and ive been pumping in co2 at a rate that can only be described as huge :) im getting great growth, no algae, no problems at all apart from hair grass blades browning off presumably changing to emmersed growth
 

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