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- Lights for Seedlings
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- Parts and Accessories
Light and plants are inseparable. We all know that photosynthesis is an essential physiological process for plants which wouldn't be possible without light. If you grow plants indoors, you should provide a good light source, as even a full-wall window is unlikely to be enough. Artificial lighting can replace natural daylight efficiently and economically. It's best if the light source is full-spectrum - as close to natural daylight as possible. An efficient light source is crucial to how your crops will turn out. At the same time, if you pick the right light, you can save on energy bills significantly. Investing in innovative solutions is clearly the way to go here.
From the wide range of products available on the market, we have chosen the best time-proven manufacturers, such as Lumatek or Viparspectra, emphasizing modern technologies that enable variously skilled indoor growers to achieve astonishing results in the long term.
Get the performance you need and save on electricity with the latest technology on the market, known as CMH. This new technology combines high efficiency with the benefits of conventional HPS and MH lamps. CMH lamps stand out because their light most closely resembles sunlight, which has a beneficial impact on the development of your plants. Buying a special offer set, including ballast and a reflector, is the most convenient option, as there is no need for complicated assembly.
Recently, LED lighting has been rising in popularity among growers worldwide. The LEDs don't emit unnecessary heat and have low energy consumption. The only downside is that plants often show magnesium and calcium deficiency when grown under these lights - because they grow so fast! The solution is simple - supplements like Calmag are widely available.
There are also other options, such as the economical CFL lamps, which already have a ballast in the base. Their downside is relatively low output, so they are primarily used only for cloning and propagation.
The time-tested approach is lighting with conventional HID lamps (HPS, MH). However, these require a digital or magnetic ballast. Light emitted by MH lamps is warmer and has a higher portion of red light, which is why they're used predominantly for the growth phase. HPS lamps are better for the flowering period. It is important to note that many HPS lamps can serve as a dual lighting source, suitable for both the growth and flowering phase. HID lamps shine in all directions, so you need a reflector to direct their light. To make your life easier, we offer complete fixtures for great prices, so you don't have to match your lighting setup piece by piece.
To make your lighting setup perfect, don't forget parts and accessories for comfort and safety.
If you need help deciding which of these lights would be the best for your plants, don't hesitate to contact us at firstname.lastname@example.org.