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Hey everyone! So I have a 1.75 gallon bowl...and I just realized I have some aquarium fluval plant substrate. And overgrown plants in my tanks...perfect match, dont you think? :roll:

Anyway, I have everything needed...except a light...when you all have a bowl or vase or something, what kind of light do you use? I know people use lamps and such, but not any old light will work...what do you suggest?

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Meg
 

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Get a desk light that has a screw in bulb and use that. It works best that way.
 

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What kind of desk light would you suggest? Do you know any cheapo ones that would work? And what light would I replace the bulb with?

Sorry for all the questions! And thank you for your help!
 

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any desk lamp thought would hover over the bowl. the light bulbs should be within 5000-6500k(could be lower but that range is medium-high lights) with "daylight" or "natural daylight" on the package.
 
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