Its the ultimate question for terrarium users, I know, but I would like to get the opinion of the experts here, applied specifically to my set up.
Now lets see if I can recall the specs on my bulbs here...
I have two 2' fixtures, one T12, the other T8.
On the T12, there are two bulbs which are 6,500K 'daylight' 20 Watt.
On the T8, i have one 10,000K and one 5,500K, both are 17 Watts.
Below is a picture to give you an idea of the distance between most of the plants and the lights (which are roughly 18 inches from the bottom)
Now i know i could put all those plants at the bottom closer, somehow, but i'm not too concerned with that right now. Im more focused on my Nepenthes, Heliamphora, and Cephalotus which are all within inches of the lights. For example- my H. pulchella has small nectar spoons, my Cephalotus is completely green, and my N. singalana, talangensis, and even ventricosa haven't pitchered in a while! (Though, that talangensis hasn't ever pitchered for me...)
If you don't think I have enough light, could you suggest what I could do, within reason, to add more?
Thank you very much!!!
Still figuring this all out-