Another option is to get a bulb with a color temperature right in the middle, between 4500 and 5500 K (confusingly, these are also sometimes labeled as ‘daylight’). These work for all plants, but are not quite as efficient as cooler bulbs for growth or warmer bulbs for flowering.
Moreover, can I use daylight LED as grow light?
Yes, as long as it delivers enough PAR light to your plants. LED lights are great because they’re energy-efficient, emit little heat, and last for years. However, it’s probably best to get a horticultural light for plants with high light requirements.
In this manner, is 5000K LED good for growing?
Both 5000K and 6500K white light is great for growing plants, but not as great for flowering them. It will still work fine, but a warmer color temperature would work much better.
Are LED daylight bulbs full spectrum?
The spectral accuracy of the light source is something different. Its measured by the “colour rendering index” or CRI. With LEDs you can get full spectrum lights in virtually any colour temperature, including daylight.