Kristy, Thanks for your feedback. I agree my that my grow stand is much suidrter and can fit more flats than the pvc model. I found that link after I posted and thought that people who don't have space for a permanent stand (like teachers with limited space in classrooms) would find the pvc model more useful. As for the fluorescent lights, I do keep them directly above the plants. As they grow taller, I simply adjust the light height by shortening the chains that they hang on. I'm going to post an entry on transplanting seedlings this week and there will be a picture of this included. The lights are actually hanging on a tilt right now so that they can accommodate the needs of the growing plants. So, I haven't had any problems with the fluorescent bulbs being too weak. Another thing is that all fluorescent bulbs aren't the same. You need to use bulbs that are around 5000-6500 Kelvin (which refers to the color of the light) and around 3000+ lumens (which is the amount of light given off per square foot). A master gardener, who taught me much of what I know about growing vegetables, actually tested all the different types of lights on the market and came up with the conclusion that the best lights are cool white' T-12 or GE daylight . I hope this helps!
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