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Old 10-29-2011, 10:23 AM   #11
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no. that is probably a normal output t12 fixture. it's not strong enough.

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If u used both lights than it could keep the nem alive for a little while..... I personlly dont think they need as much light as people say (bubble tips) but I will be getting a 12 bulb T5HO for mine. Currently its under a T5 and 4 T8s and I have a 20 as backup with good lighting. Good Luck!!!!!

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