Reddit Reddit reviews TaoTronics 24w Led Grow Light Bulb, Grow Plant Light for Hydropoics Organic Mini Greenhouse (3 Bands)

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11 Reddit comments about TaoTronics 24w Led Grow Light Bulb, Grow Plant Light for Hydropoics Organic Mini Greenhouse (3 Bands):

u/fullyc · 3 pointsr/IndoorGarden

Not sure if this will help but I'll chime in with my experience. I went to home depot and purchased regular old LED bulbs (5500k) daylight. I also got one of these: I hung em using standard clip aluminum hoods. I grew everything from seed using this set up (3 of the LED daylight bulbs) and that LED growlight. Basil, Parsley, Coriander, Nasturtium flowers, Tomatoes, Cucumbers and peppers. Now, I'll say, that the lights were perfectly fine to grow everything, but once the plants were big enough, I would transplant outside or place in my sun room with sound facing window.

u/Stupidaussiewanker · 2 pointsr/trees

You needa give it a little more sun bro and a little fertilizer wont hurt. Fuck it while your at it jump on amazon and get a little grow light. Here have a link

u/Reckless_Renegade · 2 pointsr/Aquariums

Thank you! The light is ...
TaoTronics 24w Led Grow light Bulb, Grow Plant Light for Hydropoics Organic Mini Greenhouse (3 Bands)

u/_Prrr · 2 pointsr/succulents

I just got two of these and they're working really well. The plants are also turning a really pretty color.

I've read (I'll try to find where) that 6500k color temperature is great for growing succulents, but it doesn't promote flowering, you'd have to add in some with a lower color temperature, but the colored LED lights have the right colors for both growth and flowering. Some of the fancier/more expensive LED grow light even have a switch to control if you want the flowering lights on, the grow lights on, or both. Like this one.

u/cheesefuzz · 1 pointr/Bonsai

I use a 350 watt VIPARSPECTRA for my Schefflera "luseane", and it is too much... i have to put it on a timer that is on for an hour off for an hour, or else it burns it.

For my other tropicals i use two of these: because the light throws the light pretty wide, you really gotta put these right on top of your plants.

and one of these:
Throws a much narrower (and brighter) beam, but it is purple/pink and makes my house look like a strip club from the street. It is the reason I ended up getting the other two above... they produce a much whiter light. But it is effective. Got crazy growth out of my fukien tea during winter with it.

No more tropicals for me...

u/noodle_brain · 1 pointr/homestead

i started with two of these and then bit the bullet and bought this guy. worth it. the little ones are fine for a couple of plants but the rectangular one is SO bright (PS- do NOT look at those when you're plugging in the light) that you can have one several feet above your couple hundred seedlings and it's fine.

u/Kuwait_Drive_Yards · 1 pointr/IndoorGarden

This one. I hope its enough...

u/dhstack · 1 pointr/indoorgardening

Thanks for the detailed feedback!

Have you ever tried using a grow light to supplement the natural light you do get?

Something like this:

u/malenkylizards · 1 pointr/Hydroponics

Thanks for your insights. I've changed tack quite a bit about the structure. I found a pretty simple deep water setup that looks very doable:

As far as lights go...Whew, it's surprising how expensive the options out there are. I'm very limited with respect to that. Would it work to just get one of these? Maybe supplement with a regular old CFL or two if necessary?

u/Dr_Zeuss · 1 pointr/hydro

Can't remember the brand but it's some sort of led grow light from amazon. It's just to get them started. Im building a stand for that light so I can get it closer to the plants.

Edit: found it. High Efficient 24w LED Grow Light, TaoTronics Plant Grow Lights E27 Growing Bulbs For Garden

u/[deleted] · 1 pointr/gardening

lol! Seriously thank you for that laugh this morning.

I only covered the top with sand because im experiencing a small fungus gnat issue atm (I have about 7 different carnivorous plants in there so it isn't that big of a problem). This is the light im using. I have 2 of the hanging directly above it. about 2-3 ft away from the top of the plant

Not much fertilizing as it is still fairly young and I didnt know I should be. I did just repot it though so the soil should have some good nutri's (Nutrients) in there or so I would imagine. I water when ever my meter says its dry deep in the soil. (didnt trust the minger method for my first time around.) Yes there are holes in the bottoms of all my containers... im not that noob I did read before i got started lol air temp in the room fluctuates from 74-80. (Im in Las Vegas) but I have a fan in the room if it gets to muggy and I got lucky and my home had an a/c vent in the closet they are in already. Also humidity in that room is usually high to medium even in this dry heat with some things i do.