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Old 07-01-2015, 09:26 PM   #11
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that is the exact light I have on my 50 gallon and my torch and hammer are doing excellent.
you have the lighting covered.
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Dimmable Marsaqua 165W LED Aquarium Light True Watts 120W5 Reef Coral Fish | eBay
Same light cheaper IMO.
20 x tall not just 20 t.
Like 2 10 g stacked upright>
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OK now that I have the covered what the recommended phosphate 0.03? I have mine at 0.25 buts the api test kit which alot of ppl have said is useless when it comes to phosphate

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OK now that I have the covered what the recommended phosphate 0.03? I have mine at 0.25 buts the api test kit which alot of ppl have said is useless when it comes to phosphate

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I wouldn't be worried about phosphate.. It's pretty important for corals actually. I would not recommend aiming for a phosphate level to maintain but rather just keep your tank clean and accommodate the corals in other specific areas
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that is the exact light I have on my 50 gallon and my torch and hammer are doing excellent.
you have the lighting covered.
Hey PB. I just got these lights for my biocube 29. Do you have an idea of the percentage of light I should be using? My lights are about 8in from the water surface. Thanks

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