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daylight for plants
My little 3.5 gal. windowsill tank is still very experimental, but I have it
in a north window. In this tank, daylight is not supplementing artificial
light; it is the ONLY source of light. It has no heating either. It has
been set up only for a week or so, and has a couple of crypts and a
madagascar lace plant. I used a laterite and gravel substrate. I put a
small piece of Jobe's under the biggest crypt. In the week that it's been
up, the madagascar lace plant has grown a new leaf, and both crypts have
small new leaves. No algae (yet). The killifish seem quite happy there.
Pat O'Sullivan wrote:
Say, has anyone ever tried using daylight from a nearby window to
supplement a difficult low light situation.