More light vs cooler temps
The room I have my seedlings in has a south facing window and a West facing window. I have the blinds closed to keep the room cooler. I usually have to deal with somewhat leggy seedlings even with the shop lights. I can increase the amount of light they get by opening the blinds on both windows, but it is a small room and this increases the temperature in there significantly. I keep the house at 68 degrees, but it does get warmer in there even with the blinds closed. Which is more important for healthy seedlings, more light or cooler temps? I suppose I could add ac into one south facing window but I hate the added electrical costs for seedlings. I could also open one window an inch away from the seedlings and keep the door closed, but I wouldn't want to do that when I am away at work day. What are ideal temps for seedlings?
This post was edited by sue_ct on Sun, Apr 7, 13 at 13:46