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grow light

n.
A lamp that emits a spectrum of light similar to that of the sun, used to grow plants indoors. Also called grow lamp.
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If this doesn't do the trick, you might think about trying a Growlight bulb to fool them into thinking the days are longer than they are.
111) Inside Ursery's home, the police found marijuana seeds, stems, and stalks, two loaded firearms, and a growlight.
In one case, Michigan police found marijuana growing next to Guy Ursery's house and marijuana seeds, stems, stalks, and a growlight inside the home.
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1 Sun System The #1 Leading Brand Of GrowLights For Indoor And Greenhouse Gardening 5-945.
They're are for specialised floodlighting operations and cannot be used as growlights.
Planted containers were placed without lids into sealed gallon Ziploc[R] freezer bags and housed under T-5 growlights set to a 12-hour photoperiod (Fig.
0 cm deep with tap water, sealed, and placed on greenhouse benches in full to partial sun or under growlights (Fig.
Robson recalls the panel being asked about the effectiveness of growlights.
Lower growlights close to the new sprouts to keep them from getting too stalky.
Considering he germinates his seeds under growlights in their basement and that it takes at least six years - often closer than 10 - to properly develop, test and register a new rose, this seems a considerable achievement.