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Indoor Lighting – Power vs. Plant

Here are the lights you need to get quality plants in the shortest possible time:

Lead growth lamp

They are very easy to set up and the small ones are plug and play. After sticking them into the wall, you can hang them on top of plants. If you want a simple setup to increase your plant yield, you should buy it. Although they run less hot, you should set up exhaust fans and arrange airflow and temperature in your growing area. This will ensure a high quality yield for your plants.

Growth light of metal halides at vegetative stage

Metal halides growth lamp is a kind of high intensity discharge light source with high efficiency. They come with an integrated feature with reflector hood and external ballast. They generate a lot of heat and therefore require proper ventilation. Along with high pressure sodium, these bulbs produce optimal output per watt of electricity through any available growing light. As a result, they are widely used by experienced growers in the later stages of plant development. They have a blue spectrum, which is very important at the trophic stage.

High pressure sodium grows light at flowering

As with metal halide lamps, these lamps should use a reflector cover and ventilation. They share the same characteristics as metal halide bulbs, so they can be used in the flowering and vegetative stages. The yellow spectrum produced by these lights plays an important role in bud development and is also essential during flowering.

Fluorescent growth photo-clone juvenile plants

Fluorescent lights are important in the earliest stages of plant life. They use less electricity, are cheap, and are popular with amateur gardeners, making them easy to find. For professional production, you will need to have a T5 growth lamp. The lamp is mainly used for sowing, cloning and seedling. While T5 lamps are best for small plants, you’ll need to use high-power lamps such as metal halides or HP in the later stages of plant growth.


Post time: Oct-30-2021