Alexcpdk

Saltwater fishtank led lamp for nepenthes ?

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Worth a try but maybe not ideal.  I would be interested to know how well it works, i'm using warm white myself.

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Hi i have this LED lamp, it is 32w and about 10.000kelvin (model SKY BLUE). Is it possibel to grow nepenthes under this light? http://www.kessil.com/aquarium/Saltwater_A150.php

 

I used two 300W Galaxyhydro LED grow lights to start veggie seedling trays indoors last spring to jump-start my veggie garden. The lights worked unbelievably - all my seedlings rapidly sprouted and grew quickly, too quickly to be planted outside! I think it will suit your plants.

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Theres a huge difference between a 10,000k marine light and a grow light.

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I use Aquamedic aqualine T5 reef white 10000K  without any problem but your led lamp  as far as I can see  does not have the red spectrum of light that all the plants need to have for a  normal growth so I do not think that it is suitable!

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