Ditto for me as well, except I'm running two 65 Watt PC's - 6,700K daylight on the same schedule. I also have my lamps mounted to a 10" wide flat polished reflector. -yesdentdominator said:Two 96 Watt PC's
Sump lights come on after display tank turns off at 11:00 PM.
On - 11:00 PM
Off - 11:00 AM
Well, you don't live very far if you are in Portage...I'll take somebalz2dwall said:Ditto for me as well, except I'm running two 65 Watt PC's - 6,700K daylight on the same schedule. I also have my lamps mounted to a 10" wide flat polished reflector. -yes
About a month ago my ball of chaeto was about the size of a basketball . . . now it's about the size of half my 100 Gallon rubbermaid sump.
I need to trim it back a little, me thinks. It does seem to grow a lot faster under the two 6,700K lamps versus when I had it under a temporary 150W 10,000K HQI + 2x96 Watt PC actinics fixture.
the opposite is true. if you alternate times then theoretically you ph would remain stable because it is always daylight somewhere in your tankjck3120 said:I was always under the understanding that if you leave them on all day that there will be less of a PH shift...-confused