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Old 11-01-2012, 12:03 PM   #21 
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Well, high light and medium light are much more demanding, they should have CO2 need more maintenance, and ferts, but they grow plants crazy fast. SOme plants can't survive lower light as well. Low light is much easier recommended for a novice or someone that is unsure about going "high tech" These will still grow plants, but don't expect the tank to fill in very fast.

Lowtech is much cheaper as well, as the name suggests you have a smaller amount of technical things, you just have cheap setup that is some what decent.
Low light it is then! =) I'm assuming the LED you mentioned earlier is lowlight.. will it be more than enough to fill in the tank I mentioned earlier or would I need two of them to achieve good light? Or is it made just for the long tanks? If it wont work for the aqueon 8, do you have something else in mind that would work?
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Old 11-01-2012, 08:53 PM   #22 
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Hmmm, 13 inches is a weird measurement... http://www.amazon.com/AL-12WM-FugeRa...finnex+fugeray

You may have to do a little rig to have it on there, but this fixture is super good for lowlight, and in some cases high.
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