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I wonder if anybody here ever tried using yeast and sugar to generate
carbon dioxide for plants. I'm a homebrewer and whenever I make beer or
wine, the airlocks on the fermenters bubble like crazy with CO2. There
has to be some use for that. I figure it would be a simple matter to
just connect a plastic hose from a wine/beer fermenter to an aquarium to
give plants a healthy boost. This is definitely an opportunity to
combine 2 of the world's coolest hobbies, or could alcohol fumes pose a
problem for fish?
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