Prayer plants and ferns survive and develop at low light levels, such as 3–4 Mol/m2/day. Monstera, on the other hand, grows best in medium light levels, with a DLI of 10–15 DLI of 3–4 Mol/m2/day.
besides, sun-loving plants, like fiddle leaf figs, require a DLI of 20–30 DLI Mol/m2/day.
Lettuce, herbs, and leafy greens are examples of crops and plants that grow well indoors under medium to high light levels, usually between 15-20 Mol/m2/day. Additionally, edibles that bloom and bear fruit, like tomatoes and peppers, require “full sun” conditions with a DLI of 20–30 Mol/m2/day.
Simply put, you should position your grow lights closer to high-light plants and farther away from low-light ones.
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