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Old 01-18-2012, 02:46 PM   #1
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freshwater led

is there such and led I've seen ones that say it enhances colors but nothing that promotes growth atleast not for saltwater all I have is a 29g with a dual t5 fixture running 31w 6500k and 31w colormax plants seem to do well but I may end up switching or combining the kind of lighting

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I have been wondering as well. I found these: www.LEDwholesalers.com - 16.4 ft / 5M Flexible LED Lighting Strip 300 SMD3528 with 3M Tape
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And both come in a good kelvin number for growing plants.... But still not 100% sure about wattage and such. In other words how many would be needed for a given tank size.
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