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Old 02/18/2020, 09:34 AM   #8
jshepherd
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Originally Posted by mattgumaer View Post
I think you should able to do what ever you want with that setup, both in terms of growth and tweaking the look to your liking. When setting up, it would be super helpful to have a par meter. It will be very easy to over light the tank. Measure your current par and then look to start at the same, or even a somewhat lower level.

Matt
thanks for the advice. I didn't think of doing it before I switched.


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