Flowering plants typically require less light exposure than vegetative plants. Most flowering plants need around 12-14 hours of light per day, although some may require even less. Extended light exposure can actually hinder the flowering process and result in poor-quality blooms. It is important to provide the right amount of light exposure for the specific type of flowering plant.
Different plant light settings
Normal Plant Light
If your plants get full sunlight during the day.Set the brightness of the plant light to 100%. Set a 8-hour timer cycle.
If your plants are kept indoors, set the timer for 12-hour cycles.
Smart Plant Light
The recommended light color ratio for the smart light is 20% white light , 80% blue light ,100% red light and 20% yellow light.
Please note that this is just a rough guideline, and different plant
varieties may require slightly different light ratios. It's best to
refer to the specific plant's growing guide to determine the appropriate
plant light ratio.