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What Are Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights

Plants growing in the great outdoors have a number of benefits over plants that are grown inside. Primarily, they have the benefit of sunlight that offers the entire spectrum of visible light. But we can’t control the sun, all we have is 8-10 hours a day, and the light intensity is different from morning to afternoon. Especially in winter, we have less more sunlight, our plants grow slower and slower.

In order to be able to provide your plants with everything they need, including light for both vegetative and flowering growth, you will need a full spectrum LED grow light, it will make your plants grow faster and better.

HPS and fluorescent grow lamps have been used for many years when it comes to indoor growing. Many people still swear by them. There is a great advantage to having the very powerful light that they produce, which includes rays from all over the spectrum, although that comes at a cost. In exchange, people have turned to LED lighting, it is much cheaper and have a much longer using life, sometimes it more than 50,000 hours. And it has same effect on plants growing. When you use LED grow light, it means you can save energy, so you save money too. But many neglect to still make use of the full spectrum that is necessary for growing plants through a natural life cycle.

Many people make the mistake of only using one kind of LED grow light. That simply can’t provide your plants with what they need for both stages of growth. A full spectrum LED grow light, in comparison, will provide a wide range of blue, red, white, IR and ultraviolet light.

There is a lot that goes into full spectrum LED grow lights, including different ratios of the different colors that your plants need, but we will look at that next. Understanding what each kind of LED has to offer will allow you to truly take charge of your grow and ensure you have better results than ever.

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