This is the most frequently asked question and the most difficult one to answer. Because there are many kinds of plants, such as ornamental plants, flowering plants, fruiting plants, fleshy plants, flowering plants, flowering plants, leafy vegetables (such as spinach, lettuce), rhizome plants (such as lettuce, radish), etc., it is difficult to answer exactly which plants are suitable for that configuration.
But I'll teach you a simple way. The ratio of red and blue light of sunlight is about 6.8:1. As a reference, for flowers, foliage or leafy vegetables, choose the ones below 6.8:1 to make more blue light, because blue light is conducive to the growth of plant leaves. For those who watch flowers, more than 6.8 light should be added at the flowering stage to make the red light more, because the red light is conducive to the flowering and Fruiting of plants. From the seedling to the whole growth period of flowering, you need to supplement the light. Choose 6-7:1.