Can I use led lights for growing seeds indoors?


Or solar lights?

  4 answers
  • Wendy Zautner Wendy Zautner on Apr 11, 2019

    You certainly could try. I brought all my outdoor plants into the basement last fall and they have been doing fantastic under an inexpensive LED shop light I bought at the home improvement store. They are flowering and look beautiful

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    • Wendy Zautner Wendy Zautner on Apr 12, 2019

      check to see how many lumens they put out, my shop light is pretty bright

  • William William on Apr 11, 2019

    Don't see why not with LED lights. Just get the ones that mimic daylight. Solar lights need sunlight to charge the batteries and are not bright enough. Doubt they would work and you need some way to charge the batteries anyway.

  • Parv Parv on Apr 11, 2019

    Thank you William, I have some solar lights and just want experiment those ( and use sunlight to charge them)

  • Jean Jean on Apr 11, 2019

    Anything that gives good light will work on seeds good to keep bottom lightly warm if possible like a low setting heating pad. Keep them moist with spray bottle. Some grow lights give off heat.

    • Parv Parv on Apr 12, 2019

      Thank you so much Jean, i will do what ever you guys suggest.

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