Have anyone tried this? by using a magnifying glass on a light bulb to magnify the light intensity to a plant? It would be a cool experiment..
of course to magnify the natural sunlight = nuclear death to the plant.
the thing though, the magnifying glass isnt really adding any new light intensity, it's just focusing already what's there. that being said, i doubt that a circle of light the size of a dime or smaller is going to benefit any CP---unless it's one lone pygmy sundew. plus, i think heat is still an issue.
Yes by focusing more light to one circle.. I think that increase the light intensity since the light is gonna be much more brighter. and I'm not worry about the heat. since the light is coming straight from a fluorescent light bulb, is not like natural sunlight when you can also magnify the heat. I will do an experiment on this. IF: no one has done this
A ping would be my test subject
What you guys think?
But by all means if you're just looking to have fun and curious then give it a shot but I think you will be disappointed by the outcome.
Just move the light closer to the plants, or swap for a higher output bulb?
Thats what I'm trying to find out... is this gonna work or not. when using a magnifying glass to focus light for a plant. who knows.. I will try to set this up and begin with the experiment asap and keep it update for you guys
You're gonna need a bigger lens.
If you shake a rain stick, you get rain. I need a hamata stick.