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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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Presently it began to grow light enough to read, so I drew out a little pocket copy of the "Ingoldsby Legends" which I had brought with me, and read "The Jackdaw of Rheims.
With a grow light stationed above the shelf, staff planted two trays of grass seed side by side.
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All you'll need is your seed, seedling tray pots, a grow light and some old recycled cups.
Or, you can build a combination bookcase/grow light unit (See "Build an Indoor Grow Light Plant Stand" online at http://bit.
The Prelude desk lamp works as a reading lamp with the white LEDs on it and as a grow light with its red LEDs.
There are a number of windowsill propagators and even windowsill veg plots and Grow Light Gardens, which are ingenious ways of stretching the growing season and are available from garden centres, DIY stores or www.
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1 : to begin to grow light as the sun rises <Morning dawned bright and clear.
Some can be a challenge to keep vigorous and blooming indoors except in a sunroom or a dependably bright position in a south-facing window, or by supplementing natural light with a grow light.
Plant your seeds a month early with an indoor grow light, wait until after the last projected frost date to transplant as usual, and enjoy an extra month of production.