Flowers but No Fruit on Peppers
In my office, I started an indoor garden with 2-48" double flourescent lights (that's 4 tubes). I have them on timers for about 13-14 hours of light daily. It's near a window, so it also gets a limited amount of natural light during the day. Lights are down within 1" of the tallest plants, and no more than 3" from the shortest.
It started with kidney beans, which flowered and produced beans. Those plants are still going, although stunted (pots are way too small).
I decided to add some variety and planted Serrano, Cayenne, and tomato seeds. The Serrano and Cayenne plants are now about 12"-18" tall and flowering, but do not set fruit. They each have a couple dozen flowers on them, and have been flowering for a couple months now, but no fruit has ever set. (The tomato plants were started later, and have not started flowering yet.)
The size of the yield isn't an issue for me. I know that I'm not going to maximize anything with the setup, but I do want to have some yield.
Anyone know why I'm not getting fruit? Is it hopeless with this level of lighting?