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Re: [IGSROBIN] Florescent Lights

Any body who refers to her violets as her girls needs a life.
----- Original Message -----
From: Judith King <Jaking300@AOL.COM>
Sent: Sunday, March 28, 1999 9:04 PM
Subject: Florescent Lights

> Dale,
> I happen to stumble into a lecture on African Violets yesterday and the
> said that her violets did best under 16 hrs. per day of florescents. I
> admit, though, that she had them only inches above her "girls," as she
> them. She said tests had shown that more than that, and they didn't grow
> well. Don't have any idea how this would compare with Pels, but I would
> imagine Pels would take a whole lot more light without problems.
> Thanks for the input on this. Maybe Cindi could start a project on it. : )
> Judith

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