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Old 09-02-2013, 07:36 PM   #11
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Originally Posted by Autumnsky View Post

Check for a daylight 6500K or 6700K Spiral CFL. I can't find them around me almost anywhere, but other people report the find them all over the place.

That is the 100W, depending on how far away from the light it is and if it shoots all the light straight down or half goes up through, say a lamp shade. You may not need it that bright.

Mine came from Ace hardware, and not all of the daylight ones are the same Kelvin / K rating.

Also saw a plant grade light bulb a Walmart in their pet/ fish /aquarium bulbs.

And Zoo Med has one that is called Ultrasun.
6500 K daylight self ballasted compact fluorescent lamp
Ideal for all freshwater, marine, and reef tanks
Excellent color rendition for optimum viewing
Promotes photosynthetic processes in plants/marine algae
Fits standard medium base

All good for growing plants!
Thanx for the info I did go buy a betta today and he seems to have plenty room ill go buy the light stuff tomorrow

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