I always have used my LED lights to mimic the sunrise and sunset here in my locality. I see things like certain Drosera go dormant, even if there is no cool weather inside my grow tent. I find it makes it easier on the plants when I move them from the grow tent to outside. ( I live in FL so the humidity in the grow tent is about the same as outside). The only change from my grow tent to the outside is the temperature, if it is winter time, and even that is just more about the day / night delta in temperature.
OK, so here is the question: With my primary intent being to grow Sarracenia seedlings, a few Drosera, some VFT seedlings, some Utricularia, and some Nepenthes cuttings until they are rooted, Would I be better off moving from a "sunrise to sunset" schedule, to a fixed number of hours of daylight per day? If so, how many hours would you recommend it to be?
The grow tent has a mixture of Mars Hydro TSW-2000 light and a few Yescom white LED to supplement the lower racks in the grow tent.
Thanks in advance...
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