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Master Gardener Bookshelf: Gardening Under Lights

Understanding light (how much, how little, or what kind) is critical to growing plants indoors successfully, whether seedlings, house plants, vegetables, herbs, or succulents. You can learn about light and how to build simple do-it-yourself grow lights for seed starting by attending the MGNV class “How to Build Inexpensive and Efficient Grow Lights” in February. For additional information, you might also consult “Gardening Under Lights” by Leslie F. Halleck, reviewed here by Susan Wilhelm. Continue reading

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