Would 13w be enough for my 3.3g fuge? I'm now using a 24w and it's causing major cyno. I kept the light off for 3 days and the cyno receded big time. Turned it back on and a couple hours later the cyno bloomed again. So I think a little less light is called for.
Yup only in the fuge. Been like this since I made a big Oops with some salt and then changed the light from a 13w to the 24w. Part of me feels I should just tear it down and start fresh with it.
Got tons of sponge growing around the intake area. I mean it's covered in the stuff!!
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