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Old 08-13-2011, 07:15 PM   #1
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Light for wet/dry trickle filter

I bought a clip light with a 60 watt plant bulb to put over the sump portion of my trickle filter. I put some java moss in there in hopes it will help with nitrates. My question is, will 60 w be enough, and how long should that light stay on? I currently have it on the timer with my main lights.
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dry, filter, ick, light, wet, wet/dry

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