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RE: [AGA-Member] Low-light tanks & CO2

The doubling rate for yeast under ideal conditions is 2
hours or less. So in a short time, the population will
climb to the maximum that the environment can support.

Adding more yeast at the start might get the fermentation
bottle up to full output a little faster but shouldn't have
much effect after that.

If you want more CO2, use a larger container or more
containers. The population in each will quickly build up to
the maximum supportable.

--- Adam Michels <amichels@trafficleader.com> wrote:
>I still have one question regarding DIY CO2 yeast
> reactors: more
> yeast = more CO2?

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