jpappy789 wrote:I'm not familiar with that particular fixture. Do you have any specs from the manufacturer on lumens, lux, PPFD, PAR, or any other sort of measure of light "intensity"? That would help get you in a more exact range. Either than or get a cheap $20 lux meter, which would also give you a decent idea.
But yeah, otherwise you might just have to play around with it. If you can get it in a spot where the Drosera stay dewy but the Nep doesn't get sunburnt, then you're good.
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