Reddit Reddit reviews Grow Light, Ankace 60W Tri Head Timing 60 LED 5 Dimmable Levels Plant Grow Lights for Indoor Plants with Red Blue Spectrum, Adjustable Gooseneck, 3 6 12H Timer, 3 Switch Modes

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Grow Light, Ankace 60W Tri Head Timing 60 LED 5 Dimmable Levels Plant Grow Lights for Indoor Plants with Red Blue Spectrum, Adjustable Gooseneck, 3 6 12H Timer, 3 Switch Modes
[AUTO TURN ON/OFF & TIMING FUNCTION]: Ankace Grow Light is the latest in plant growth lamps with an automatic timing function and a USB plug (comes with AC adapter). Not only can you set it up for lighting every 3 hours, 6 hours or 12 hours, but you can also adjust the brightness of the light and the distance between the light and plants, according to plant needs. The circular-memory timer function works automatically.[EFFICIENT RED/BLUE LED COMBINATION]: This LED lamp has grow lights made up of 60 efficient growing LEDs (39 red and 21 blue). It meets the conditions of plant growth without sunlight. The red light promotes photosynthesis, germination, bloom and fruit bearing. The blue light ensures the plants take in more energy through chlorophyll synthesis to help in germination. This professional grow lamp stimulates plant growth by multi-directional illumination.[5 DIMMABLE MODES & 3 SWITCH MODES]: Ankace’s grow lamps provides 5 dimmable modes and 3 spectrum modes to suit varied stages of plant growth. It adjusts to levels of 20%, 40%, 60%, 80%, and 100% light intensity and has 3 spectral modes (red, blue, and mixed light) to meet different stages of plant-growing needs.[VISIBLE QUALITY AND ADJUSTABLE]: The lamp’s LED grow lights have a USB connector which makes it convenient to connect in your office or home to USB or AC power plug (includes adapter). The 3-head light has a 360-degree flexible gooseneck made from quality tubing to keep a fixed position. The metal clamp allows the lamp to be placed anywhere in your home or office.[WIDELY USES]: Our grow lamp is suitable for indoor potted plants or an indoor garden. It accelerates the growth of various types of plants in every stage of development.
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11 Reddit comments about Grow Light, Ankace 60W Tri Head Timing 60 LED 5 Dimmable Levels Plant Grow Lights for Indoor Plants with Red Blue Spectrum, Adjustable Gooseneck, 3 6 12H Timer, 3 Switch Modes:

u/MrMarouka · 3 pointsr/succulents

Oh no problem! A wall of text is what I need! lol. I'm so new to this, but taking care of plants has been something I've wanted to do for quite some time, and last month I finally decided to take the plunge. Now, it's just a matter of learning everything I can to keep my plants happy and healthy.

As it stands, I have two of these lights.

Not sure, but it looks like it says there's a 300lm output. Not sure if that's good enough, but so far the plants have been doing ok. If things don't go well in the future, I may have to consider another option when it comes to lights.

Thanks again for the tips and information! It's all more than welcome at this point!

u/flavescentsunflower · 2 pointsr/proplifting

Yes! I’ve got two of these!

u/AdministerSmackies · 2 pointsr/succulents

Health question time! Let me preface this one with two things: one, I'm a relative newcomer to this whole system, having only been keeping succulents for about 2-3 months at the suggestion of a friend, who recommended it as a sort of emotional relief hobby (at which it is excelling, mind); and two, this plant has seen terrible things and not all of them are my fault. This particular echeveria (?) was rescued from a beer bottle planter at a Trader Joe's in California, which it had shared with a Cotyledon tomentosa and what I *think* is a barely living Crassula capitella. Crappy soil and no drainage, of course. Then, it traveled across the country for two weeks under the care of someone whose entire knowledge of succulents consists of "they like sun, right?" so they sat in the brightest sun available, which very much fried them. This plant has been under my care for just over a month, nursed back to what I think is health.

Anyways, on to the bullet points!

  • Description: Aerial roots *and* a black stem near the top at the same time. Notable dry brown scar at base of stem, unknown origin--old rot, or rubbing against the edge of its former planter? Plant shows no other signs of rot and appears otherwise healthy, besides aforementioned pre-acquisition "care." Images: Edit: Note that water present in image 2 is from watering that occured roughly 30 minutes before image was captured. it was promptly gently blown off with an empty squeeze bottle.
  • Drainage: Plant is in a glazed terra cotta pot from Bonsai Jack. Large drainage hole. Water all but falls out.
  • Potting medium: Bonsai Jack Succulent and Cactus Soil, Gritty Mix #111, topped with Bonsai Jack Natural top dressing mix.
  • Water: Pot is saturated once weekly by plugging drainage hole with finger, filling with a gentle stream of water from a small cup until the water line is over the top, holding for approximately 10 seconds, and then allowed to drain. Pot is gently "bounced" up and down to reduce dripping, then set on dry towel for about 30 minutes until the pot is dry and water does not drip when handled. Local climate zone 6B, in relatively dry conditions, indoors. 9" desk fan roughly 10ft away.
  • Sunlight: Little natural sunlight; only available window is north facing. Artificial lighting used: One strip directly over the plant, 100% power, 12 hours per day. Nearby echeverias of different varieties seem completely happy, showing no signs of etiolation or poor health.
  • History: Unfortunate life conditions detailed above. Plant received roughly end of July, with fried tips and very little new growth. Plant has been slowly dropping the most damaged of the lower leaves, drying them to a papery texture; these are gently removed with a pair of soft tweezers and very little force. Upon "healthy" new growth appearing, old "damaged" new growth was dropped. Making room for healthier leaves?
  • Rot concern: Yes, and yet... no? Brown patch detailed above is completely dry, with a woody texture. No mushy leaves found. Only visible sign of wrongness is mild panic about black stem near the top and the aerial roots.
  • Bonus round: Can anyone tell me what type of echeveria this is? If it survives, it's good to know, and if it doesn't, I might want one that wasn't pre-cooked.
u/estevan_mtz · 2 pointsr/succulents


The grow light I'm using is linked below:

I found this one in particular very useful since it has an auto off AND auto on function. Since it automatically turns on I didn't have to worry about it while gone on vacation.

I only mist and occasionally water with a few drops of water using a pipette. No pesticide.


u/TelemetryGeo · 2 pointsr/gardening

I would just pluck the dead leaves off and see how it does. My office avocado tree is now 4' tall and a second one is growing almost an inch a day. Add a grow light for best results.

u/h1dd3n-pr0cess · 2 pointsr/proplifting

amazon link

Price went up to $27 overnight evidently. I paid $19.99 last night! I chose this one because it has a clamp to clip onto my table, 60W vs most others with 30W, and 3 wand arms that will work perfectly for me because I use a corner area for my plants. This will fan out perfectly. Also has timers and color modes. I don’t know much about the different light modes, but plan on doin some in depth research and experimentation!

u/ofmiceormen · 1 pointr/IndoorGarden

those are grow lights! I just got these ones!

u/Skinnyd007 · 1 pointr/outdoorgrowing

Yeah, small scale like that, put $15-20 into something like this, or a simple desk/clip lamp with cfl would work.

Will do the job for starting seedlings for an outdoor grow, make sure to slowly harden them to sunlight during transition.