bijillon wrote:It would help the plant flower as it probably a 2700k temperature bulb, for growing you need to have al least 6000k but ideal is 6500k. Please correct me if I'm wrong
Not matter what color temperature, the strength of a normal bulb will be much too weak. There is lots of misleading info About color temp, and I have found what really matters is the actual strength of the lights. I've used lights ranging from 3000k mixed with 6500k, pure 6500k and pure 4100k, and observed that plant's will only grow stronger if given stronger lighting. Nimbulan has done some research into color temps and could probably dispel some of the myths out there.
I don't think it is worth leaving this light on for the plant, to it, it would only be slightly more than darkness.
Also, those Drosera will not go dormant, they are not a temperate species.