I have a somewhat ghetto setup using two 40 watt grolux fluoros and a 26 watt cfl for two plants. After moving the seedlings to the grow space I noticed after a few days that the plants were growing in the direction of the CFL, which were placed in between them. A few days later I then rotated my pots 180 degrees to balance this out, which I now realize is probably one of the worst things I could have done. Now the plant's stems are almost parallel to the soil, with one's leaf structure still pointed up at the light and the other had collapsed completely last I checked. They both still have good color, and I'm hoping the one still standing will make it on its own. I propped up the other one with a support, and I moved the fluoro's WAY down towards the soil cause I realized that it was probably totally inneffective 3 feet above them. I'm hoping both have shaped up by tomorrow. If not is there anything I can do for them, and for my next grow what should I do differently?