C02 and lights

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I am setting up 4 or 5 10 gallon tanks and want to run c02 and add plants in the tanks. I purchased fluval stratum, eco complete, sand, and Walstad method of sand, dirt, and gravel/dirt. I am setting up planted neo tanks and want to run c02 and need somewhat cheap options for lights and c02 options. I am fine with injecting c02 from a can and just filling something up but would rather not purchase 2 c02 tanks.
 

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Welding supplies carry large tanks. I am not sure about pricing, but you can ask. Never hurts to ask. Let us know. Just an option you may consider.
 

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Lighting can be cheap, just span your 10g tanks with shop lights.

For CO2, not something I would cut too many corners unless I was only keeping labyrinth fish. But you can get splitters that screw onto your regulator.

https://www.amazon.com/dp/B081FD9LQV/ref=cm_sw_r_cp_apa_i_JU6.Fb8JR86JW

For the love of god,don't use splitters and hoses and stuff designed for air.
 

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I would honestly go with a CO2 regulator designed to support multiple manifolds, from CO2Art, UNS, GLA or Fzone (for example)
 
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Agree with Dougall. Buy a regulator with multi stage manifolds and bubble counters

Plus I got my tank at a brewing supply company and they do exchanges so I will always know my tank isn’t going to expire.
 
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