so this coming season i want to try and start them inside and bring them out around april or may. I've read about a few guys who just flick on the lights for an hour in the middle of the night to keep the plants in veg. this idea naturally sounds great to me since i dont have the money to be balling out on full blown supplemental lighting for a large greenhouse. i'm wondering what is the least amount of watts/sqft i'd need to successfully disrupt their dark period and keep them in veg. im sure its not too much... but im having trouble figuring out exactly how i need to set this up. hoping to keep the cost as low as possible. if you told me candles were good enough, i'd be out there every night striking matches to save cash also, you think they'll veg well rolling steady through the spring with just natural light and that single hour of disruption at night? i've only ever grown indoors before and theyve always been on a full 20-4 or 18-6 in veg. sorry if this had been covered but i cant find the info i need after pretty extensive googling. pretty much only turn up results about the minimum amount of hours and timing, not specifically the amount of light in watts or any other measurement i can work off of.