Full Spectrum Lights

Crazy Horse

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If I get a full spectrum cfl light, I should't have to worry about getting warm,cool lights also do I. I am going to use a 200 watt full spectrum cfl with 6400k.
 

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If you are going to use CFL than get 2700k soft(warm) white as it has more orange and red in its spectrum.
 

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I have two 45 w cfl's with 2700k, should I throw them in with the 200 watter as well?
 

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Yes I would throw them in with the 200w becase the more the merrier but just wath for heat build up :bong: :cool:
 

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newgreenthumb said:
Yes I would throw them in with the 200w becase the more the merrier but just wath for heat build up :bong: :cool:

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check out the full spect ott-lite at home depot 40 watts . 9$ a tube.
 
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