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Old 11-04-2003, 08:27 AM   #11
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I most reef setups, we opt fr a 12hour photoperiod. Personally, my actinics are on 12 hours and my MH is on 10, giving a dawn and dusk effect. If you have moonlights, you could have them on 24/7 or you could set them on a timer to come on when the other lights go out.


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So how would you recommend I run my lights? I have PC (2) 10,000K Premium-Daylight & (2) Ultra-Actinic.

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