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Re: Reptile Combo Light
Personally if I had to buy a light strip just for plants, I'd probably go
down to Home Depot and buy a double strip T8<G>
Or if you're going to order one, go to www.bigalsonline.com and check out
their prices. I'd not use halide due to the heat, those really should be
suspended above the tank.
----- Original Message -----
From: "Vince Sbarra" <killydad at hotmail_com>
To: <killietalk at aka_org>
Sent: Monday, February 24, 2003 5:25 PM
Subject: Reptile Combo Light
> I've been given a 36 inch wide all glass tank (30 gal. ??). The tank has
> all glass cover but no light. In browsing the Dr's Foster & Smith web site
> found a light intended for reptiles called a combo light. It has a
> fluorescent and also several screw sockets rated at 150 watts each. I was
> wondering if any one has used these lights for planted tanks and if they
> felt it useful. I assume that I could use any type of screw type bulb (ie.
> energy saver fluorescents, halogen or incandescent). Just interested in
> comments list members might have.
> New York State
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