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Re: still shady on how much light pf cakes need
    #70599 - 01/06/00 05:48 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Well,
Light, if you can see the cakes then theres enough light for them. It doesnt have to be bright, or powerful, any light will work. A 60 watt soft wight will work, flouros will work, a hps will work, sunlight will work. I once had some in my closet with the door slightly cracked and they grew fine. Just be patient. by the way if you get bored look at this, www.fanaticus.com/7cakes.jpg


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Re: still shady on how much light pf cakes need
    #70601 - 01/06/00 08:53 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Thanks Brother thats just what i needed.mouthwaterin link too.

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Re: still shady on how much light pf cakes need
    #70602 - 01/06/00 09:20 PM (16 years, 11 months ago)

Uh oh.

I just bought a temp. gague and found out that my casing is 55 degrees and is in about 70% humidity. How can I heat it up without buying any extra stuff. I just spent all my funds on my setup, so I have no extra.

Will a nice, bright flourescent light be good enough to heat it up?
My casing is a tupperware container, so I was wondering if I should keep the top off or on most of the time? Should I put the casing and light setup in a large cardboard box in order to keep more heat in?



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Re: still shady on how much light pf cakes need
    #70603 - 01/07/00 07:45 AM (16 years, 11 months ago)

I use 20w fluorescent light that works good...
Now it's winter so i put another one but not fluo....just a simple 15w lamp for heating....


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