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Re: [IGSROBIN] Information please

Hello! Lights? Use one cool florescent and one warm  florescent together
the mix of spectrums is approximately similiar to daylight.
At 07:40 PM 2/20/1999 -0500, Robin Kirk wrote:
>You can spend a ton of money on different spectrum lights, but if all you
>are going to do is start seeds or cuttings all you really need are the four
>foot promo flourescents that Home Depot and other stores sell for about sic
>bucks, including the bulbs.  They are fine for utility work.

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