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Hello Welcome, MrMuggles

main thing I focus on now is adding more plants and reducing light until things are more established.

KH: 3
GH: 7
CO2 drop checker medium green (I just increased from 6 bubbles to ~9 bubbles per second on the advice of Quagulator, so this should be more yellowish tomorrow)
73F
2x kessil Tuna sun 360 w/the 55 degree reflectors, trimmed default schedule by a couple hours, peak output is 65% at midday
 
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