Looking for suggestions for a decent grow light for seed starting indoors? I am currently using 24" florescent bulbs and get decent results. I am not sure if there would be a benefit to the LED's. There are so many different choices for LED, just not sure which is best. Mostly grow tomatoes, peppers cukes, beans etc. Any help would be appreciated.
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If your just starting things, is say it might not be necessary unless you run out of windowsill and green house space. But, that doesn't really answer your question. I just know I've done without all accept this year and only did it cuz I thought I had to give some things away in February. Otherwise, just carefully harden them off, give em pets (not kidding, strengthens stems), and food. Mine start under our on a chair by a heater vent then move to a window sill then in and out of a green house or just outside on the porch, then into the ground covered, then they are about done. So far since I start everything super duper early, my stuff usually out does most everyone elses.
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