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aquarium lights

Artificial light is a lot the much better simply because you I can control the quantity of light required to stimu-1 late the plants, and to some extent stop the excessive growth of algae.

The quantity of light required per day for an aquarium measuring 24 in. x 12 in. x 12 in., assuming the quantity of daylight reaching the tank is negligible, is 50 watts for 9 hours.

If it had been feasible to collect daylight, and by some technique store and control it in the exact same manner as we can with electricity, we would have the ideal lighting. Regrettably, at the time of writing anyway, it's not feasible, and we need to resort to means within our scope.

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