KaitieG Posted December 29, 2020 Share Posted December 29, 2020 Okay...I've found a good deal on a 90 gallon tank, which is what I've been looking for for our dining room. It seems to be a less popular size, but it's the same footprint as a 75 and gives me about 20% more water. If I'm overlooking a big downside here, please feel free to speak up! I've only done a 20 and a 10 up to this point. Anyone have 90 gallon planted tank lighting suggestions? Budget ones? Dream scenario ones? I'm looking to grow mainly easy plants--anubias, java fern, some crypts and val hopefully, water sprite, hopefully something floating. Nothing that needs CO2. I did check out the Coop lighting guide, but I'm a little confused there: For 75 gallon Low/Med Light it suggests 2 Fluval 3.0 48 inch lights and Med/High 4 Fluvals For 90 gallon (4 inches taller than 75) Low light it suggests 1 Fluval 3.0 and for Med/High it suggests 4 Fluvals (4 are not going to happen budget wise, but I don't think I need high lighting anyway.) I think I'm looking for the low end of Medium--kind of wondering about starting with 1 Fluval and a second budget one like a Nicrew or whatever is coming with the tank. I'd love to hear your take on this plan and what you'd set up for your tank in a similar situation! Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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