Jamaican hot yellow has set the first chillies!

My “Jamaican hot yellow” is the first to put fruits.
I sowed the seed in svampkuber the 1 Oct 2012.

Of course, you're wondering what I have for lighting that allows me to get fruit so fast, No plants have not been under Led lighting for plants with red-blue light but fluorescent lighting with color 840 so, in my opinion, they are better than both the Led and the recommended tubes with 965.

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3 Responses to Jamaican hot yellow has set the first chillies!

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      Hi Nicklas!
      It can be said that Philips TLD 840 fluorescent lamps contain a wide spectrum of the light/colors that my chiliplantor enjoy it during. There are both cold and warm light in tube.

  1. Jimmy says:

    I would also like to have fruit now!

    but who on Earth encourages 965 :)? It's a full color tubes with wide and low range while
    840 has 3 sharp spikes in blue/green/red type that protracted inverted water droplets
    much more photons in areas like plants like

    < a href = "http://translate.googleusercontent.com/translate_c?depth=1&hl=en&prev=search&rurl=translate.google.no&sl=sv&u=http://www.niklashjelm.se/&usg=ALkJrhjvnms4rOBBl-aDAVzNmzr0peXK9Q" rel = "external nofollow" class = "url" > < cite class = "fn" > Niklas !
    10000(k)(tld89) cool white verging on blue depending on the pipe to have on the side, and compare it to the
    6500(k)(965) cool white (daylight)
    4000(k)(840) cool white
    3000(k) (830) warm white
    2700(k)(827) extra warm white (incandescent lights)

    in tex TLD 840 means 8 CRI = 80% 40 so does 4000 k kelvin.

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