I learned the hard way that when you have some seedlings growing faster than others, leaving the one bulb one height is difficult, so you need to raise one side higher than the other so that everything gets the proper amount of light at the same time. I ended up buying a new system with multiple bulbs so that the slower growing plants can have the light at the proper level while the taller plants can also have their taller light at the proper level. It's good bough if u have all the same crop under the light that grows at the same rate
I plan on buying a second one as soon as my budget allows for it. I've already jumped started a bunch of seeds, comparing them to ones I started at the same time outside. The ones indoors are 33 to 50% larger, and germination rate is near 100%, even for some that have a lower germination rating from the seed supplier! One recommendation is for the design. I'm already looking at a way of stabilizing the light/hood to the frame as it can swing when moving it and is a bit top heavy, depending on where you have the light height set.
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