Why you need LED Plant Light?
★no heat and requiring little power to operate,
★ LEDs can be programmed to accurately simulate the 5700K color temperature of sunlight
★ can simultaneously produce the red and blue band spectrums needed for both vegetative growth and flowering
★ Horticultural LED grow-lights produce only the wavelengths most utilized by plants
●Beware of light lamps simply labeled as “plant” lamps, such as these “Spot-Gro” lamps. They’re designed to make your plants LOOK better by making them appear more green, but they’re really just tinted incandescent lamps.
●Sunlight is one of the essential components for plant growth. The sun fuels photosynthesis, but the right grow lights can simulate the sun's action. Although virtually any light will stimulate the growing process, not all artificial lights will provide the best conditions for growth. Some may run too hot, while others lack the spectrum of light for optimal growth. Blue light is likelier to promote plant growth while red light will encourage flowering. Selecting the right grow lights can give the indoor gardener an edge that will pay off handsomely with healthy plants ready to transplant when springtime finally rolls around.
●Grow lights are no match for a sunny day, but are a great way to extend the growing season. Select the option that best fits your budget and growing needs. Position lights carefully and, depending on the plants, leave them on no longer than 16 hours daily to best simulate ideal sunlight conditions.
Get Your Questions replied by Missouri University
●Why do plants need light?
Light provides the energy plants need to make the food required for them to grow and flower. Plants are the only organisms able to use the energy from light to produce sugars, starches and other substances needed by them as well as by other living organisms.
●Is light color important to plants?
Certain colors or wavelengths of light are more important for plant growth than others. Leaves reflect and derive little energy from the yellow and green wavelengths of the visible spectrum. In contrast, the red and blue wavelengths of the light spectrum are the most important energy sources for plants.
●How much light should plants receive?
The amount of light necessary varies with each plant.
In general, the light fixtures available for home plant lighting make it practically impossible to produce too much light for most plants.
How far from the light should I place plants?
Most plants should be located with the tips of the plants 6 to 12 inches from the light source.
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