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Old 06-09-2017, 02:33 PM   #1
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Question Kelvin rating?

I just switched out the bulb I had in my hood from an Aqueon full spectrum to an Aqueon Floramax bulb. The Kelvin rating is not listed on the box. Does anyone know what it is? I tried googling it and didn't find the answer. It is much "dimmer" than the full spectrum bulb, but if it is better for growing plants then I'm fine with it - just curious.

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