10 gallon non-co2 method moss scape/rcs

Jeremyblevins

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Aug 31, 2010
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Hello everyone,
I am in the process of setting up a 10 gallon non-co2 method tank, and i have a couple questions at the moment.
1. I can't seem to find seachem equilibrium locally so should i just order it or use Plantex CSM+B since i'm going to be ordering a fert package since it's cheaper anyways?
2. I have 3 thoughts for lighting. Which do you all think will be best?
1. I currently have 2 13 watt 2700k cfl spiral bulbs
2. 2 13/14 watt 6500k daylight cfl spiral bulbs
3. 2 10 watt 6500k u cfl bulbs from walmart. http://www.walmart.com/ip/Lights-of-America-10-Watt-Mini-Fluorescent-Aquarium-Bulb-1-ct/10448675

thanks
-Jeremy
 

Tom Barr

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I'd just use 2x 15W or maybe just 1 x 15W for a non CO2 10 gal moss tank.
Typical UNDER COUNTER T8 lights.

GH booster is generic Seachem Eq.
You can order it on line from www.aquariumfertilizers.com

Regards,
Tom Barr
 

Jeremyblevins

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Aug 31, 2010
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well my main point is i still have the stock hood with sockets and i'd like to keep it cheap. once i get more money i'm definitely looking into building a suspended light for it and keeping it topless.