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[Tomato Dirt #195] 3 Things to Know about Grow Lights so You Can Start Tomatoes Indoors
January 30, 2020
Tomato Dirt Newsletter
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While natural light offers the full spectrum of color, grow lights for seedlings provide consistency to get your seedlings off to a good start. You can give plants the hours of light they need, at an appropriate intensity, so that they can grow healthy and strong.
That being said, many of us have questions about using grow lights to start and grow tomato seedlings.
Here are three things you must know about grow lights.
Read the rest of the most frequently asked questions about tomato grow lights for seedlings … and get more ideas for successfully starting tomato seeds on our Growing Tomatoes from Seeds Pinterest Board.
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