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 Do plants grow better in different light?

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Do plants grow better in real light or artificial light?

On One Hand: Real (Natural) Light is BetterIt provides the necessary energy for normal growth. Plants need the natural balance of red and blue light rays as an energy source, says David Trinklein a... Read More »
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Do plants grow better in sunlight or artificial light?

On One Hand: Sunlight is the Best ChoiceSunlight provides the natural energy and ingredients necessary for plants to grow. These substances help plants to carry out photosynthesis, the process of c... Read More »
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Do plants grow better under artificial light?

Some plants grow better under full-spectrum artificial light because they can have longer periods of light than are available in nature—tropical plants grown in a northern area, for example. Ulti... Read More »
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Do plants grow better under a fluorescent light or the sun?

Although the natural light from the sun is ultimately best, plants can grow very well under artificial fluorescent light. As long as the quality, duration and intensity needs of the plant are met, ... Read More »
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