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Old 02-09-2013, 03:16 PM   #1
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Wpg help please

i have 2 54w t5 daylight bulbs directly over my 55 gal hightech planted tank. i usually have 4 lights going but 2 of the "outlets" are broken right now. i want to know if since theyre t5 bulbs its considered medium/ high light this chart on the link says im fine but some blogs i found say i dont have enough light, help!... What Is Considered High Lighting Vs Low Lighting | 103771 ...... i use redsea c02 device along with excel i have clay substate with flourish tabs in it and the plants are wisteria, sprite, petite anubas nana i was considering adding enchinodorus vesuvius micro sword and alternanthera lilacina from my other tank.
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Old 02-09-2013, 03:20 PM   #2
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I would call it medium light. It is all a bit subjective anyway. What specifically are you trying to grow that you are worried about?
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