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Old 11-14-2017, 10:23 PM #11
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25c green bulb saves you tripping over the babes, and the hassle of a fancy headset
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I have extra sockets for green incandescents. I also have a bb cap with built in green light in the brim. Got it at Lowe's. Good luck. -granger
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i go in my flower room to water every night with a flouro on with no ill effects….been doing it for years. it was subcools poor breeding practices that caused herms not light leaks…lol
i have 6500k CFL's in the room on a pull switch. you think those would be ok if i turned them on?
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No night vision is needed.

Close your eyes, trust your feelings and use the force Luke.
I cant even walk normally with my eyes open in daylight
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i have 6500k CFL's in the room on a pull switch. you think those would be ok if i turned them on?
Not unless they're green. -granger
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I use a green led headlamp also have a green led bulb. The green incandesant bulbs have a white filament, can cause hermies. I would say get a green light no reason to screw up a crop to save a few bucks.
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get a green light if you have to pay a visit, goodluck
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To answer the OP's original question... certain frequencies of IR light are not detectable to the plants and will not affect the photoperiod. I don't know what your night vision glasses give off but if you have the specs on your glasses, it might give you an answer.

You'll have to Google it to make sure but I believe anything over 700 nm will not be detected by the plants.
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just do it when the lights are on, plants will see all of your funky lights
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To answer the OP's original question... certain frequencies of IR light are not detectable to the plants and will not affect the photoperiod. I don't know what your night vision glasses give off but if you have the specs on your glasses, it might give you an answer.

You'll have to Google it to make sure but I believe anything over 700 nm will not be detected by the plants.
THANK you!

Everyone went off on a tangent on me. I never said that this would be my general practice for growing. Had a situation come up and was just looking for some info.

I never even went in the room 🤷🏽*♂️
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