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Tom Barr wrote:
>That's not true, most plants do grow quite nice at
>2w/gal, even so called
>"high light" plants.
I have 1 96 watt AH supply PCF and 2 25 watt Zoomed
T8s on my 30. The PCF is 14 months old (not too old I
guess). The Zoomeds are new.
I have not been able to keep Ludwigia deep red under
anything but PCFs. The stuff I have now growing under
the Zoomeds now is an orangish color. Either the
light isn't strong enough or 1.5 mls a day of Flourish
and 1ml per day of Flourish Iron isn't enough for it.
One stem has badly stunted but the rest are ok (I
think that's probably a seprerate issue that I'll get
to later). Glosso growing under them isn't growing
flat (the PCF is in the rear). I plan to transfer
both to my ten gallon when I put a 36 watt PCF on it.
That should hopefully solve that problem. If it
doesn't, I plan to lose it. Geez, how much light does
that stuff need?
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