Leggy seedlings in hot climate
This is my first time growing seedlings indoors under lights (and also my first time growing anything from seed, other than sunflowers). My impatiens are nice and stocky, but the zinnias look a little long while the cosmos are just terribly leggy. I suppose the hot climate in my country has something to do with this (80 degrees indoors during the day is typical here). I read that bluer wavelengths help with the legginess. Should I be getting some "cooler" fluorescents or simply try to increase the light intensity as much as possible?