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Old 12-07-2006, 04:22 PM   #11
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Many people will leave the lights on 24/7, but if it creates an algae problem you can use a reverse cycle of your tank lights, which will also help keep pH from dropping at night or whenever the main lights are off.

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I agree with James that if you do cut them off have them off when your main is on and vice versa. I keep mine on 24/7 because of the grape calerpa.

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