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[Amazon.ca] Lithonia Flood Light 100-Watt Metal Halide -- 19,30$

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[Amazon.ca] Lithonia Flood Light 100-Watt Metal Halide -- 19,30$

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Might be suitable as a good growlight!
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do they have led flood lights?
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Grabbing one to replace an old 500W halogen light. Worth a try for the price.
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That's what I was thinking. I wanted to try my luck growing tomato plant indoors. Would this work?
baymoe wrote: Might be suitable as a good growlight!
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ilovevideogames wrote: That's what I was thinking. I wanted to try my luck growing tomato plant indoors. Would this work?
Yeah but you would need a ballast and etc. it also doesn’t have the ideal spectrums, but it will work.

I would look into a cheaper LED light as it would create less heat and consume less electricity $
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ji2o0k wrote: Good price, need one with motion detector...that would be best...
I don't think that metal halide fixtures are ever used with motion sensors because they take so long to warm-up - minutes.
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ilovevideogames wrote: That's what I was thinking. I wanted to try my luck growing tomato plant indoors. Would this work?
Just recently tipped my toes in gardening. I'd say this might be a better option than LED grow lights as they can get expensive real fast. Another option is to just use plan old cfl bulbs. I find that the tomato plants we have growing in the basement seem to be quite receptive of the 42watt cfl bulbs that we picked up from dollarama some time ago. We have 6 running in tandem and we could literally see growth daily.
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typhooney wrote: Yeah but you would need a ballast and etc. it also doesn’t have the ideal spectrums, but it will work.

I would look into a cheaper LED light as it would create less heat and consume less electricity $
okay thank you!
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hey thanks for noting the CFl bulbs. I happened to find one in storage after you had made mention of it. Thought I would try it out. My plants have already responded to it. They were started to flop (due to low light conditions) so I placed a CFL nice and close and they started to correct their posture. So cool to watch over the span of several hours!
baymoe wrote: Just recently tipped my toes in gardening. I'd say this might be a better option than LED grow lights as they can get expensive real fast. Another option is to just use plan old cfl bulbs. I find that the tomato plants we have growing in the basement seem to be quite receptive of the 42watt cfl bulbs that we picked up from dollarama some time ago. We have 6 running in tandem and we could literally see growth daily.

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