I’ve been looking to purchase an indoor grow light to start plants early in the year, and to try my hand at microsprouts at some point. Based on a recommendation by a co-worker who has her own little operation, I went with an Agrobrite 4-bulb grow light (plus the reviews on customer service were favorable enough for me on Amazon.) Price was $97.00. I found out after the fact that the same co-worker that recommended them was offering to sell some of hers, since she is scaling back her operations.
Maybe the next one. 😉
The contents came packaged well
The initial test looked good once the bulbs got warmed up
This is the temporary setup I’ll have to use until I invest in a shelving unit that has modular shelves. This might not work for sprouting plants as I anticipate, but we’ll see. It’ll do for now.
Here’s the same setup with the lights on (and camera aperture adjusted accordingly.)
Since I have the light, I’m experimenting with my venus flytrap (in the clay pot) and a picked head of Trader Joes “living” butter lettuce (transplanted to the green planter.)