Tag: grow light

  1. How Does UVA Help Your Plants?

    How Does UVA Help Your Plants?  UV light is an integral part of the light spectrum however it is just not visible. UV light is made up of 3 different wavelengths, UVA, UVB & UVC. Although UVC is filtered out by the Earth’s atmosphere UVA and UVB play a key part in our lives as well as plants. UVA is the most prevalent UV light we have on earth as it has the longest Read more...
  2. 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...
  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 Are The Best Products to Buy on Black Friday?

    What Are The Best Products to Buy on Black Friday? Black Friday is one of the biggest shopping days of the year! Although traditionally it was in-store in recent years it has switched to online sales. Making shopping easier and the trip to the store to find bargains much safer for everyone! So now most of us scour Amazon, online retailers or any official websites trying to find the best sales or Read more...
  5. How To Grow Indoor High Light Plants Easier In 2019

    How To Grow Indoor High Light Plants Easier In 2019 High light plants require a large amount of sunlight to grow. Although they’re incredibly common to see outside, a lot of people are not completely sure which plants are and are not high light plants. So we will list a few below: Pansies, chrysanthemums, roses, carnations, aloe, jasmine, bougainvillea, sunflowers, etc... are all high light plants Read more...

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