Lighting for a 29G
Subject: Advice on lighting for 29 gallon tank
> I was wondering what the best "budget" lighting setup is for a 2
> Should I instead get a glass top
> strips of light? Should I get 2 strips and one of them with 2 bu
> The problem is also that both the filter and the heater come out
> tank, so a glass top is going to be hard to fit.
> Also, what is the most economical way of getting all this?
Don't know if it's the most economical, but certainly the easiest
solution is to use a single strip and a double strip on a glass
top. That's how I lit my 29 until a friend built me a custom
hood. The light was adequate for moderate light plants. A 29G is
tough to light due to it's short length.
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