Grow Anywhere Indoors with Wide-spectrum Adjustable Lighting!

24-inch Table Top Plant Light

Item # 06879
Available to ship.

Wide-spectrum light offers wider color distribution for healthier growth of seedlings and mature plants!

Metal stand adjusts the light height for optimal performance!
Item Form Accessories
Additional Characteristics Indoor Growing, Lighting, Seed Starting
Restrictions *Due to state restrictions we cannot ship to the following:
Canada, Guam, Puerto Rico, Virgin Islands
Overall Rating: 5 Stars
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Lynn from IN wrote (March 23, 2012):
I love this system. Not only is it easy to use - the lights adjust with a twist of a screw - it is also small enough to fit on top of a shelf or dresser. The double light system keeps the plants from "leaning in" toward the middle. I start my whole garden with one unit!

How long should grow lights be kept on per day and how close to the plants should the light be kept?

For germination and seedling/plant growth, you want to simulate the natural day-night cycles, and as a general rule, grow lights should be on 8-12 hours per day and off at night. You can vary this timing, as some seeds such as tomato, pepper, petunia, impatiens, and others, benefit from 14-17 hours of light per day (and the remainder of the 24 hour period in darkness). The most common grow lights used are fluorescent; using cool white, warm white, and wide-spectrum fluorescent tubes. These lights work well for germination and for growing plants up to a transplantable size. Fluorescent lights should be kept close though, 3-6 inches above the soil or the growing plants, adjusting the height as the plants grow.