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60-Watt Incandescent A19 Agro Plant Light Bulb

$5.47 /each
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  • 60-Watt A19 agro light bulb is ideal for use in portable fixtures
  • Helps accelerate the growth of indoor plants
  • Energy used: 60-Watt

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Philips 60-Watt A19 Agro light bulb is ideal for use in portable fixtures. They provide the spectrum of light to help accelerate the growth of indoor plants. Philips Specialty Incandescent and halogen bulbs provide the perfect light for accent and display lighting as well as general lighting in a variety of applications.

  • Brightness: 0 Lumens
  • Estimated yearly energy cost: $7.23 (based on 3 hours/day, 11¢/kWh. cost depend on rates and use)
  • Life: 0.9 years (based on 3 hours/day)
  • Energy used: 60-Watt
  • Philips 60-Watt A19 agro light bulb is ideal for use in portable fixtures
  • Helps accelerate the growth of indoor plants
  • Provides a full spectrum light
  • A19 shape, medium base
  • Note: product may vary by store
  • Note: product may vary by store

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What lamp model would you put this on?

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I know it says "portable fixtures" but are there models of such fixtures that work better? Most of the ones I find require CFL
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I use the utility lamps you would find in the hardware section.
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Any it fits, and best fits your purpose..
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I installed them into a regular table lamp
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Hi MaximelJ, this bulb will work with any fixture that has a medium base, a wattage maximum of at least 60 watts and will fit an A19 shape. It is good for portable fixtures, but can be used in other fixtures as well.
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Why did my bulb burn out after a few hours of use?

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I'm trying to start seedlings in my home. I put my bulb into a regular table lamp and the bulb just burnt out within a few hours. Not sure at all why this would happen. Could it be the lamp? I'm not very light bulb savvy and really need help with this one!
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you may have been using a lamp that did not allow for the wattage. Check out the details of the lamp and check with the store. Mine have been used for 3-4 months 24 hours a day
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Faulty bulb, take back and get another one. It happen to me too..Second one is fine..
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I had the same problem, with my first bulb, but my second one seems fine... Try again..
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We have a dwarf lemon tree that has fruited and has about 20 immature lemons on it. is this light ok for our situation?

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I would think during daylight hours it would help. Not longer since it has been fruiting and has lemons. Have you moved the location (i.e., indoor to outdoor). If yes, check the internet for care of this plant.
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Probably if it is right one it, .
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Howdy Jordan,
Growing citrus trees indoors is sometimes a tricky thing to do because of things like adequate light. I'm guessing your growing this tree indoors just for the winter months.
If this is the case, then your main concern would be to make sure you have a reflective surface so the light is not wasted. Walls and floors help.
Happy Growing,
Coach Dave
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I have a hot pepper plant I'm trying to grow in doors . What type of light should i use

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This would work, but remember lights like this need to be really close for full benfits
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Plant light, directly placed for a few hours a day should do it.
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For best results, NOT AN INCANDESCENT grow light. Incandescent lamps inherently have a ton of red, which is great for some plants but peppers are different. Pepper plants love grow lights with both red and blue, but proportionately more blue. Grow fluorescents or quality LED grow lamps are best.
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Customer Reviews

Rated 3.9 out of 5 by 25 reviewers.
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Grow Lights I am an avid indoor gardener but live in a townhouse with limited natural light. These grow lights give me wonderful results and last longer than others I have purchased at greater cost. June 15, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Plant saver I bought two of these lights, the first one blew out in a few days. The second one has been in for a month now, and no problems. I got this light to put direct light onto a large indoor plant that wasn't getting enough sun exposure to thrive. It has done better since getting this light, so five bucks was well spent. March 22, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good bulbs for starting seeds indoors These were purchased to start vegetable seeds in starter packs. They have been working very well and the seeds have all sprouted and are doing very well with no natural lighting - only the light from these bulbs. April 5, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by It lasted 7 days... I bought this bulb in stores on a Saturday. Its now the following Sunday morning. I turned it on and it went out AND it broke with glass everywhere. I dont normally give bad reviews but I was really disappointed it went out so soon. It was nice and bright though. I used it for 4 hours a day for my Bonsai tree. March 6, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Great grow bulb Works very good to help me grow my plants in my basement man cave, I grow climbing vines and bamboo on my lattice between my bathroom and bedroom for privacy. March 29, 2016
Rated 4.0 out of 5.0 by Good Gro Light Bulb It's an incandescent, so don't know how long it will last based on how many hours it will be required to burn. If it makes it through a year I will be a happy camper. March 15, 2016
Rated 2.0 out of 5.0 by Not worth the extra money It is a good light but I did not notice any difference from other light bulbs. It did burn out unless than a month. I have it on a timer and it comes on and off per dawn and dusk. I now use a regular light bulb . March 8, 2016
Rated 5.0 out of 5.0 by Works Great! The plant light works great. It helps the seedlings to grow straight and keep their color. It is easy to use. March 25, 2014
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