Will my plants survive if I remove the CO2?

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lampro

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Jun 24, 2019
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don't switch between, fluctuating levels are one of the causes of black beard algae (among other things)
IMG_8312 copy 2.jpgso here's the red plants picture (50 shots after LOL) after I remove the CO2 and I reduce the white light brightness down to 60% but the blue and red LED are at 100% brightness to have a nice purple reflections. But this picture was taken the 4th day without CO2 so finger cross that all plants will thrive in this tank. BTW that's my new betta, I was so happy when I got him but he hasn't eat anything for 3 days now. His gill is black and look a bit swollen, I am not sure if he has gill infection from the LFS
 
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