Question for anyone who might know or have had a similar problem. As required by State our cultivation has extensive camera surveillance and these cameras go into night vision when the rooms are in their dark period. My question is if it’s possible for the red light given off by the camera to see in the dark could possibly be seen by the plants causing disruption in the dark period. In one of our rooms we have had problems with hermies in strains that have never had this issue before and the plants most effected seem to be the closest to the camera. The spacing in the room is tight, so the camera is only about a foot away from the nearest plant. I took a spectrometer reading of the red light being given off by the camera in the dark period (which is visible to the human eye).
I know that anything above 700nm is outside PAR but my question is if it is still visible to the plants and interrupting the dark cycle possibly causing hermies in some strains?