Npenthes, cephalotus, venus flytrap, and sundew seeds

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Npenthes, cephalotus, venus flytrap, and sundew seeds

by IGotInStanford » Fri Nov 30, 2018 3:45 am

Hi, I'm just starting to grow some seeds and I currently have an 800 lumen light for seeds germinating. I don't know how high should I place the light because I'm going to put the light up for 16 if not 18 hours a day and I'm just a little worried that I'm going to kill the plants. Can you guys help me please. Thank you

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Re: Npenthes, cephalotus, venus flytrap, and sundew seeds

by promethean_spark » Sat Dec 01, 2018 8:18 pm

It's unlikely you will sunburn them with a light that small, even if it's only a few inches away.

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Re: Npenthes, cephalotus, venus flytrap, and sundew seeds

by IGotInStanford » Sun Dec 02, 2018 1:29 am

thank you


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