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Invisibleasydblot
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salvia growing question
    #524867 - 01/19/02 03:15 AM (20 years, 8 months ago)

i have started to notice purple lines running through the stalk of my salvia divinorum plants. i had moved them to a room in the basement with a flouresent light. i can tell that they are growing faster and stronger under this light with less internode streching. the new leaves seam to have more "viens" and are more ruffled and with more little "hairs" then when they were growing upstairs.

i was wondering if anyone else has the purple lines and knows if this is bad thing or not?

any information about this would be appreciated.


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Re: salvia growing question [Re: asydblot]
    #525352 - 01/19/02 02:27 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

hello mine do the same when i move them in for the winter. the flouro lights give out more of a red spectrum which causes the plants to reach for the lites. i mix grow lux and cool white for a fuller lite spectrum use highest wattage you can find the veins are fine mine have them and it does not effect them at all i have done this for several years with no problems so dont worry peace


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Invisibleasydblot
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Re: salvia growing question [Re: sputnik2]
    #526514 - 01/20/02 08:39 PM (20 years, 8 months ago)

i figured they were alright but just wanted to see if it was normal. thanks


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Re: salvia growing question [Re: asydblot]
    #556442 - 02/20/02 01:08 AM (20 years, 7 months ago)

Did you know that 220watts m2 is enough for salvia to grow asume. The Tl makes some purple indead.

Whats them in your garden, in a shade. They are awesome. I had mine 1.80meter high this summer.

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