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Savethetrees4life wrote:It’s relieving to know that using normal incandescents works it makes me feel much better about my led plant light bulbs lolThey do work to an extent. I keep my plants indoors and I had good lights. But after a while, they just weren't good enough. Regular lights will be okay. But it's like feeding someone good food vs only feeding bread, in my opinion. To watch them really excel, you'll stare at them in amazement. My lights grew them better than the sun did oddly enough. They'll work, but definition look into getting something better. I can link the light I just ceased, if you'd like. You want, ideally, somewhere around 2500 lumen and 5k Kelvin, as a minimum. That'll sustain them long term. It'll help them to survive better during dormancy and produce leaves and flowers better and healthier in spring. Just my two cents worth, as an amazing grower here days. I'm not sorry that I stole your ending shadowtski lol.
Savethetrees4life wrote:I use 17w and 30w Feit plant LEDs and my plants look like this. I think they work pretty well. I certainly get nice colors and new growth on my VFTs I’m quite happily surprised overall.I don't understand lights at all either. That's why I have to ask others lol. But I heard and read really good things about the vipar I got.
I should say I Don’t At All Understand the science of light bulbs.
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