Currently I'm growing two pepper plants from seeds. They are both a few days old, recently germinated seedlings. On plant 1, I initially gave it 24 hour light (combination of natural sunlight during the day and 6500K 55 watt CFL during the night) and plant 2 only gets daylight. After just one day, I noticed plant 1 became much greener and the stem turned purple whereas plant 2 was slightly taller with slightly bigger leaves (however it germinated a day earlier) but both the stem and leaves were light green. Now I want both plants to flower, without any dying, this isn't just a random experiment. I just wanted to know if 24 hour sunlight during vegging will interrupt the vegging process or speed it up. I know ever plant is different so i want to know what to look for and how to monitor it. Are the darker leaves and purple stem a good indication? The last two days, I've switched to 18/6 on/off and will keep it that way until i get closure. The plant is a chocolate habenaro btw. And from what I've made of this, it seems the longer light period is maturing the plant faster. I just want to make sure that 24/0 wont kill it because that would make me a murderer. Thanks in advance.