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Thread: Propagating Pinguicula 'Sethos'

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    it's the reverse for me

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    I can not find cool light bulbs. I can find a proliferation of warm light bulbs but I can't find the cool that fit into regular clamp and goose neck lighting fixtures. What chain stores are selling them please. It certainly isn't WalMart.

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    Walmart has them here. You could try Lowes/Home Depot/etc.

    Online this is a great place... has more 6500K wattages than I've seen anywhere: http://www.goodmart.com/product....ape.htm

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    I feel so deprived! I suppose your WalMart has pumics stone too?

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    I do not appreciate warm white fluorescents (6500K)[Edit: correction, should read 3000K -> 6500K = daylight]. Sure they are good for blooming, but for my money they are just not good enough at providing energy for outstanding vegetative growth like I find with cool white fluorescents (4100K). If I were ever to try one it would be in combination with 2 or 3 cool white.



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    Cool white are 6500K, aren't they? 6500K has a bluish tint... hence the "cool" label as far as I knew. And 4100K is more in the yellow range, hence the "warm".

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    The labels on the packaging didn't differentiate 4100K v. 6500K. I took a stab in the dark and purchased what two other male customers stated was definitely a cool bulb. It was either that or pick up a Pro Gro-bulb which is full spectrum. Should I just go back and get Grow bulbs? At this point, price is not a concern as I just want my plants to live.

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    The grow bulbs are a waste of money. A big waste. They do nothing better for the plants than make them look creepy.
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