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Plants need light to grow and flourish. Some plants cannot survive outdoors in the winter, and if you do not have a yard, your only choice might be to grow plants indoors. Indoor plant growing can be difficult, though. Positioning your plants in a window does not always provide enough light, and it can sometimes be too much direct light. Grow lights are one solution to indoor plant growing. There are different kinds of grow lights and light system setups that vary according to the type of plant being grown. Use these steps to use the proper grow lights when growing plants indoors.
Most likely it’s the many myths, some started by the light manufacturers themselves, which have given LED grow lights such a bad reputation with indoor gardeners. It seems as if many LED lighting manufacturers don’t actually grow with their lights: their leadership team usually consists of a lighting engineer, plus an entrepreneur with an interest in gardening. Neither of them has much indoor gardening experience, if any. They’re chasing the next trend with the hope of turning a dollar, and with little practical gardening experience backing up their claims, they have inadvertently poisoned their market with misinformation.
To be fair, it’s not all of the LED guys, and it’s not just them. The indoor gardening industry itself has perpetuated these myths out of ignorance. It’s easy to believe “facts” about LED grow lights when the same message comes from multiple trustworthy sources, including the distributors and magazines that serve the hydroponics industry. Myth 1: Lumens = Photosynthesis
Myth 2: Summer-to-Winter Kelvin Shift
Myth 3: 90 LED Watts Can Replace 400–600 HID Watts
Myth 4: This Could be the Last Grow Light You’ll Ever Buy
Myth 5: LEDs Produce Little to No Heat
Myth 6: LEDs Won’t Burn Plants
Myth 7: Blue Only for Vegetative, Red Only for Flowering
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Why are we so confident? This is an exciting time. Hydroponics has been around for thousands of years in one form or another. But it is just now that it is growing quickly and showing such promise to enrich human life.
With hydroponic gardening, plants can be grown in climates that are unsuitable for conventional farming or in small confined spaces. Every-day folks with just a little bit of space in their backyards can start a business selling produce or establish some amount of food independence.
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Plants eat sunlight, converting the solar energy to chemical throught the process of photosynthesis. And plants, just like us, are what they eat. The spectrum type, length, and intensity all play key roles in vegetative cultivation and overall plant health.
Plants will grow tall, elongated stems without enough light because the plant is stretching to find additional energy rather than producing leaves to harness it. For indoor plants, this isn't an option. However, you simply can't drop a 1000 watt lamp over your plants and call it a day, a careful balance must be struck between the amount of light produced and the amount of waste heat generated—too much heat will shrivel plants like Shrinky-Dinks, especially sprouts and young seedlings. For those, Fluorescent bulbs are the superior choice. They produce very little head and therefore can be set very close to the tops of the plants, providing lots of light while keeping the plants from getting leggy or scorching.
Despite what many amateur closet gardeners will tell you, no plant requires 24-hour sunlight. In fact, all sun and no shade makes Plant a dull boy. Plants perform a fair amount of their vegetative growth during the dark hours changes in the duration of a day affect flowering and fruit production. The preferred balance between light and dark varies between species though Noah Miller from Black Dog LEDs recommends 20 hours on with 4 hours off during the vegetative growth phase for everybody's preferred closet crop.
Per Wikipedia, "The color temperature of a light source is the temperature of an ideal black-body radiator that radiates light of comparable hue to that of the light source." Colors above 5000K are known as cool colors (blue) and closely resemble natural sunlight. Colors below 3,000K are known an warm colors (red). The spectrum of light is important to horticulture because each spectrum triggers different responses from the plants—blue light induces vegetative growth, red light induces flowering. This in turn plays into which type of lighting rig you'll use and when—some types specialize in certain parts of the spectrum while others can span multiple wavelengths.
Fluorescent light bulbs are a mainstay of the modern nursery. As stated above, their low heat production makes them ideal for nurturing baby plants (Leaf lettuce, spinach, and herbs also do very well under tubes). Florescents come in a variety of styles though most common is the T12, which you've likely seen people hitting each other with the the Jackass series
Metal Halide (MH)
Metal halide, or MH, produces cool light in the range of 2700 to 5500 Kelvin and very closely mimics natural light (partly why MH bulbs are becoming increasingly popular in public venues). This, of course, also makes it an obvious choice for promoting vegetative growth. Horticultural versions are even available that also shine in the red spectrum as well. High-Pressure Sodium (HPS)
If you want something to flower or bear fruit, stick it under a High Pressure Sodium lamp. HPS rigs produce light in the warm, red end of the spectrum which is a nearly universal reproductive trigger in the plant world. The corollary is that it does a piss-poor job of actually growing plants—they end up all gangly and scraggly if raised under only red light. Light Emitting Diodes (LED)
LEDs are new on the scene but could well be the future of indoor grow operations. They work like any other LED light, a bunch of low-wattage LEDs are arrayed on a circuit board and produce light. LEDs are, unlike other High Intensity Discharge (HID) rigs, exceedingly energy efficient. This is because they're capable of producing the exact wavelength of light desired and no other. This means that an LED light programmed to shine at 5700K will shine at that an no other. Some LED rigs are also able to produce light at two distinct spectrum point simultaneously without any bleeding into other inefficient wavelengths and minimal heat production.
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Morphogenesis is an important area of cultivation techniques. According to plant photosynthesis need light, we will plant lights are basically made of a combination of red and blue, all blue , all red in three forms, covering the wavelength range required for photosynthesis.
Red light promote plant production germination , flowering, Blu-ray can enhance the chloroplasts of activities to promote plant photosynthesis.
Blue light is good for photosynthesis; and help to induce Chlorophyll and Carotenoid, which are necessary for healthy leaves.
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Plant growth light environment is an important and indispensable factor in the physical environment. Red light promote plant production germination, flowering.
Blu-ray can enhance the chloroplasts of activities to promote plant photosynthesis.
The proportion of red and blue lights chromatography is generally between 5:1 to 10:1 appropriate, usually optional 5-8:1 ratio.
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