So i'm growing in my backyard, how much do I have to worry about other peoples patio lights. Etc. I'm on the ground floor in the middle of the building surrounded by people coming in and out all night turning lights on and off. Not enough to cast a shadow in the area growing, but my eyes can see light. Is that how sensitive an issue this is?
I'd do everything I could to stop that . . . .
Originally Posted by ogninja
I was thinking about this the other day.
Plants in the wild get exposed to headlights of cars all the time. If you planted a plant dead in your front yard (not that I would) would a car's headlights going down the road affect it?
Also, am I reading it correctly that a green light is safe if I needed to go into the grow area at night? Every once in a while I need to go there and I've been using a cigarette lighter. You can't see shit with a cigarette lighter. :)
You can see really well with a green light LED and they are safe to use in the grow area.
Green light will not mess up a plants Photo-period.
I like my headlamp green LED because I can carry two 5 gallon buckets of water from the water source to the plants at night and I can see everything in front of me.
Finally a good answer. Indeed a green light will be the best, I use it just in case I need to go into dark flowering room.
Originally Posted by Xare