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Old 11-28-2009, 03:34 AM
kbhale kbhale is offline
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I found Swiss chard grows easier and faster than Spinach. It can also tolerate higher temps than Spinach. When my spinach bolted the chard just kept growing. I even think it germinates easier for seedlings. I was growing Swiss chard bright lights, I find it a little pungent going to try large ribbed dark green to see if it has a milder taste next. Also trying Asian spinach to see how it does.

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Old 12-26-2011, 03:49 AM
directlight directlight is offline
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I bought a big pack of 60 watters from BJ's wholesale (like sam's club), for I think about $1.50 / bulb. Very energy efficient, produces nearly no heat byproduct. Since I came from living in dorms, my eyes didn't require much adjustment with the color. The ONLY problem I can foresee with cfl's is the increased eye strain produced by the type of light. I'm as near sided as a bat (not to mention I stare at a tv or monitor nearly every minute I'm awake), so I don't really care about that.
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Old 10-30-2018, 11:49 AM
LGWayne LGWayne is offline
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Default adjustable light

Check out the adjustable stand Jiffy light with timer
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Old 06-08-2019, 02:05 AM
vedikagupta vedikagupta is offline
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Default Compact flourescent lamp

Thanks for showing the different aspects of the lamp.

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