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Old 08-13-2019, 11:10 PM
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Default Re: What does 6500K actually provide for plants?

Originally Posted by Pubfiction View Post
Now there could be slight efficiency gains from certain spectra for certain plants but unless you are trying to farm one specific type of plant I doubt this will be really helpful to you.
Indeed, I'm probably farming too many different kinds of plants in one more-or-less the same humidity / light / temperature setting.

Originally Posted by Pubfiction View Post
It's hard to know what to answer though without knowing what you want to achieve. You can grow plants in just rend and blue that looks like purple, you wouldn't want that for a show tank though, and you can spend a ton of money on a "high" "full" spectrum light to have the best color reproduction, you can even customize a light to your liking.
I already bought a rather expensive LED light for a grow tent, actually. This question was just out of curiosity, as I did not understand the mechanics of color temperature very well.
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