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    Default 50% more o2 at the roots, ...have a look

    i was looking through old you tube when i came across this.
    Its a new fangled way of oxygenating your root zone, using electrolysis to create up to 50% more oxygen to your bubbler.

    Seems legit, any thoughts?
    NMy first thought was that there doesnt appear to be any surface movement of the water, and i was always led to believe that this was essential for dissolved oxygen, but the lab results seem to back him up.

    What do you reckon - snake oil or not

    https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=a-QouKOGApU

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    I find the guy very casual about the hydrogen produced...

    Water is H2O - electrolysis breaks the bond & creates O2 & H

    H is hydrogen, which is one atom of every three in H2O... that's a lot of, very explosive, hydrogen... I'd like to see what would happen if you put a match up by the water level!

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    i think it would be fine, as the hydrogen would be absorbed on contact with the oxygen, no?
    or at the very least it would be minimal.

    The university tests seem to back up thier claims, but im a natural cynic.
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    I’m bumping this. Needs more attention. Seems legit...just under-marketed.


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    Quote Originally Posted by BreakingBad View Post
    I’m bumping this. Needs more attention. Seems legit...just under-marketed.


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    I just see this

    Isnt there enough oxygen in air?

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    Plenty of oxygen in the air....but is there ever enough dissolved oxygen in the water?


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