Tag: Full Spectrum

  1. Tips for Buying LED Grow Lights

    Tips for Buying LED Grow Lights Whether it is your first time growing or you’re an experienced grower due to the vast amount of lights and information out there, it can be difficult to make the most informed purchase. So to make things easier, this blog can outline what to look for so you can buy the best LED grow light available.   1. What Type of Grower Are You? Read more...
  2. How Far Should Grow Lights Be from Plants?

    How Far Should Grow Lights Be from Plants? This comes up as a common question for new and experienced gardeners as the ramifications can be catastrophic. If you have the light too close to your plants they will get burned and if you have the light too far away, the plants will stretch and be weak. However, there are many factors into how far away your LED grow lights need to be Read more...
  3. POPULAR SCIENCE: What Kind of Red and Blue Light do Different Plants Need?

    POPULAR SCIENCE: What Kind of Red and Blue Light do Different Plants Need? Nowadays, there is nothing more popular than “medical beauty” in the female circle. Now everyone is beginning to think that simple face washing and skin care have not met the requirements of the skin. "Red and blue light" (red light is to increase collagen and blue light to eliminate inflammation and bacteria) Most young girls will choose to do Read more...
  4. What to Look for in Amazon Best-Selling LED Grow Light?

    What to Look for in Amazon Best-Selling LED Grow Light? LED grow lights are fantastic for indoor gardeners as they give you plants options. If your plant is struggling, you can use LED grow lights to supplement it, and if your plant is out of season, you can also grow it indoors without the need for natural sunlight. The main issue in regards to LED grow lights now is that the market is saturated. So to Read more...
  5. The Best Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights for Winter Gardening 2019

    The Best Full Spectrum LED Grow Lights for Winter Gardening 2019 Winter is the hardest time of the year for houseplants. Especially tropical plants. The drier air, the lower levels of light and the cooler temperatures all lead to a heap of problems for indoor gardeners. One of the best ways to reduce the impact of winter on your indoor plants is to recreate their natural environment as much as possible and a Read more...

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