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Re: Low Light, Slow Grow Tank
- To: Aquatic-Plants at actwin_com
- Subject: Re: Low Light, Slow Grow Tank
- From: Kirk Melton <triax at bellsouth_net>
- Date: Sun, 11 May 2003 18:18:07 -0500
The light is concentrated along the back in a double light strip. I was
wondering though, at what point does a low light tank become a high light
tank? The 72 currently has 80 watts, and you are suggesting one more 40
watt. My 75 at home has 130 watts of CF lighting, and one 40 watt
fluorescent strip (sometimes I leave it off). Would the tank at home be
considered high light due to the CF bulbs (which only seem to focus light
over the back of the tank (it's a Custom Sea Life Brite-Lite strip with
6700K bulbs), or is it still a low light tank?
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