Hello! Situation: * this is regarding a first-time, casual, low-tech, small grow by a card carrier for personal use only * plants were just put into 12/12 flowering light cycle: "day time" is from 6am to 6pm * grow area is simply sitting on a table in a room which is also regularly used as a personal office space * thus, the regular room lights are often on for many hours throughout the plant's "night time" - when the grow light is off My gut instinct is that having the normal room lights on for long periods, consistently - will really affect the plants in suboptimal ways; or likely even prevent them from ever really flowering at all. Am I right? Or can the plants actually still do ok under such lighting conditions? e.g. Do the 'regular' room lights cast an insufficient spectrum to actually cause the plants to fail to flower properly, if the grow lights are on a regular schedule? How much "light leakage" ( is there a 'proper' term? ) can a flowering plant deal with before reverting back to veg? Many thanks!