Gardening Under Lights: The Complete Guide for Indoor Growers

May 12, 2019 - Comment

Gardening Under Lights details everything a gardener or hobbyist needs to know to garden indoors. Part One starts with the basics of photosynthesis, the science of light, and how to accurately measure how much light a plant needs. Part Two provides an overview of the most up-to-date tools and gear available. Parts Three and Four offer

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Gardening Under Lights details everything a gardener or hobbyist needs to know to garden indoors. Part One starts with the basics of photosynthesis, the science of light, and how to accurately measure how much light a plant needs. Part Two provides an overview of the most up-to-date tools and gear available. Parts Three and Four offer tips and techniques for growing popular ornamental plants (orchids, succulents, bonsai, and more) and edible plants (arugula, cannabis, oregano, tomatoes, and more) independent of the constraints of volatile outdoor conditions. Gardening Under Lights is a highly-detailed, accessible guide for seed starters, plant collectors, and anyone who wants to successfully garden indoors. 

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Anonymous says:

Sorely needed, comprehensive reference for houseplant newbies A lot of the info in the book is available for free on-line–but you have to dig around. More importantly, you have to know what kinds of questions to ask and when it comes to lighting and light, generally, most of us are so unfamiliar with how light works that we don’t know what we don’t know.For example, knowing that incandescant lights are insufficient for growing plants, I assumed that plants simply don’t register such lights at all, but it turns out that for some species of…

Anonymous says:

Comprehensive Resource! I really wish I would have purchased the more expensive hard copy of this book instead of the Kindle version because I will refer to this book again & again. It is not a “one-time read”. There is so much valuable information on all aspects of growing plants, from how to start seeds & propagate through cuttings to how to deal with common pests. Of course, there is detailed information on why plants need light and how they respond to light.One of the elements that I didn’t realize the…

Anonymous says:

I Get It! Living in the East Bay California, we have great weather, most of the time. But I struggled to find enough sustained heat or light to properly grow my veggies, especially my tomatoes. What I love about this book, is that it is accessible, especially for every day gardeners like me; moreover provides reasonable options for my budget. The photography and illustrations also help a great deal, let’s face it, some times we need to see it! Thank you!

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