Is this light okay for my tomatoes?

Discussion in 'Indoor and Greenhouse Plants' started by Bubba Gump, Apr 12, 2023.

  1. Bubba Gump

    Bubba Gump New Member

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    Hello! I am new here. I am plant and fish enthusiast, I own some lucky bamboo, some carnivorous plants and some other plants that I don’t know their names. Yesterday, I decided to plant some tomatoes. So I bought some seeds, prepared soil and earthworm humus. I mixed the soil and the humus and planted the seeds. I asked my aunt (who is a tomato expert) if natural sun would be okay. She said that the hot Mexican sun (I live in Mexico you see) might dehydrate the soil, so it’s best to not. I was thinking of buying an LED plant light at my local plant market, but I found another solution. I have a lamp that’s kind of orange. I put a few boxes to give the plants a bit more light because the lamp is not so strong. LET ME KNOW IF IT’S OKAY :D

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