after realizing I left my UV-B bulp on during my babys supposed sleep time the question just popped into my head (I already know the left on light wont cause any major issues if any at all) but… when we grow indoors we try to simulate nature in its most efficient way. How then is it that we only consider the sun as relevant for the plants growth but not the light the Moon and Stars make? In nature it is never really a 100% dark is it… so I wonder.
Do you know?
Please let me know if you do, I will check what google has to say on it in the mean time.
If there is no answer: maybe we should consider simulating the moon and the stars? How could we do it? Would it even work? Which lightcolour is the light of the moon?
edit: so i figured I was silly, the moon doesnt shine on its own, it only reflects the light of the sun and depending on its position to earth it is closer or further away and reflects more or less light… but… hm