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Old 07-14-2007, 08:48 PM   #1
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SunPaq Dual Daylight 6700/10,000 K?

Any opinions on this type of bulb for plant growth?

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That is what I use. I like the color combo and so do the plants.
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Im running straight 6700 am I going to see a differents in the tank? It wont give it a artificial look?
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It will make it less yellow, gives it a bluer color. I prefer that.
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Thanks Rich...Any other takers on preference on this?

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I don't like the yellow light either. Those 10/6700 bulbs look great and work just fine for plants.
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I have this combination also. The fish and plants both look good and the plants grow very well.
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Thanks everyone for the input..I just ordered them from Dr. Fosters.

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