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  1. I believe you are correct. After posting my question, I realized in my case, trial and error would be the best way to find out. The auto feeder is loaded, and I plan to track how well the fish eat the pellets for the next week or so.
  2. I am loading an auto feeder with 0.20 grams of pellet food to be fed twice daily. Is this enough to feed 9 young Black Ruby Barbs, ranging in size from one inch to an inch and a half.
  3. Thank you for pointing that out; that is true and always possible under some unforeseen circumstances. I have the lights and Co2 solenoid connected to timers and a Co2 monitor in the tank, which is helpful when I am at home. When away on vacation, of course, that is always a concern.
  4. Thank you for some much needed insight. Based on your reply running the air stone with Co2 injection is added assurance that my fish won't suffer from too much Co2 while keeping Co2 levels stable. I will continue running the air stone even when the Co2 injection is going.
  5. I recently set up a 20-gallon high tank with nine Black Ruby Barbs and several live plants. I was wondering if I should be running my air pump while injecting Co2 simultaneously.
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