Adjusting your lights
by Greg Green
If you have a good stand or light support you will be able to lower or heighten your light. This is great because the closer your light is to the plant the more light it will receive. However make sure it is not too hot or it will burn your leaves. If you can keep your hand at a certain area under the light and not feel discomfort then your plants should do okay too. If you feel discomfort, so will your plants. Use common sense and adjust your lights accordingly.
Some Cannabis plants can grow as fast as an inch a day! So you need to watch out that your plant does not push up against the light. Be safe and know your plants grow rate before attempting to place your light very close to the plant.
If you do suffer a burn use a pair of clippers to remove the burnt areas. This is only advised for light burns and not for soil or nutrients burns.