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Old 10-31-2012, 12:44 AM   #1
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I have a 93 gallon cube with live rock and fish, I have lights that are sun/moonlight. I have 2 regular and 1 led(trying to convert slowly). How long should I have the day lights on per day? Do the rocks require a long amount of light or does it not matter.
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I have a 93 gallon cube with live rock and fish, I have lights that are sun/moonlight. I have 2 regular and 1 led(trying to convert slowly). How long should I have the day lights on per day? Do the rocks require a long amount of light or does it not matter.
Doesn't matter. But I wouldn't go over 9 hrs due to algae... IMO.
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8 hours is efficient
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