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Yes, algae can grow under LED lights. Many aquarium owners use LED lights to help their aquariums flourish and sustain a healthy algal population. In aquariums, LED lights emit various spectrums of light and can provide a combination of blue and red light that is beneficial to many types of algae.
The general rule of thumb for aquarium lighting is 8–10 hours of light per day. Make sure to gradually turn on and off your aquarium lights to mimic the natural cycle of day and night. Be sure not to exceed 10 hours of light per day, as this can cause algae growth and other problems.
Yes, LED lights are good for fish. LED lighting allows for a more natural range of colors and temperatures which is beneficial to the health and well-being of the fish, as well as promoting the growth of beneficial aquarium plants. Additionally, LED lights are energy efficient and last longer than traditional light bulb types.
Yes, LED aquarium lights can be very beneficial for aquarium plants. LED aquarium lights provide a wide range of light types, including white, blue, and pink, which can ensure that the aquarium plants receive just the right amount of light to grow and stay healthy. LED aquarium lights are also low–powered, meaning they are efficient with electricity and can last a long time.
No, aquarium plants do not need direct sunlight. Most plants prefer indirect sunlight or even artificial light. It is important to choose aquarium plants that match the light conditions present in your tank, such as low or high-light plants. Also, be sure to provide the correct fertilizer type for the plants so they can grow correctly.