Ok so I just switched two plants to some lights I found in my kithchen that were metal halide, pretty small it’s light a panel of a bunch of little ones stretching across the room… I have two under the same exact conditions. One is absolutely thriving with the new lights, it was started 4 days after the other guy in the same light setup, but all other conditions were the same. I put the guy 4 days behind on the new lights 24 hrs earlier, and she caught up to the size of the other one in a day and a half almost. And is doing great with the lights, same distance and everything. But the guy who planted earlier but switched to the new lights a day later, I noticed after a day of being under the new lights his head basically tipped over to a 90 degree bend like if it were supercropping without injuring it. I did notice the guy I put there 24hrs later had an inchworm in the soil, don’t know how the other one doesn’t seem to have any insect problems, but they haven’t been close enough in a long time for me to be that worried about the bugs just jumping. The light pane extends light 30ft long so there far enough away for that I think at the moment. I am generally putting these two outside whenever it is sunny out, as they are nowhere near my indoor garden and I don’t have to worry about them contaminating that with anything. I’ll put some pics. I leaned up a paper clip to prop it up without cutting the plant.
Also, one side of the plant seems fine, like 1/4 if ur looking at it from a birds eye view, like the opposite of a Pac-Man is basically fine. Which made me think light burn but then again, I put the side that was good closest to the new lights for half a day n it’s still standing better then the rest. And the other guy 30ft away under the same light conditions is thriving. I’ll post more pics of the two plants after this… And the lights are equivalent in strength