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- - plant light (http://www.tropicalfishkeeping.com/beginner-planted-aquarium/plant-light-85228/)
Can I use a normal 60 watt plant light for my 10 gallon aquarium? Would that be too much watts?
Is this a fluorescent tube, a CFL, or an incandescent bulb?
Its not fluorescent tube or cfl. I don't know if its incandescent bulb. Its called
Agrosun Dayspot 60W Grow Light Kit.
this is the link for it.
It would probably work, but your wasting tons of money because its a incandescent bulb. Replace it out with a 12-15 watt screw in CFL bulb, just make sure you get one in the 6500k range, most the time called daylight you can pick them up at a hardware store or even walmart.
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