Hydroponic Lights are an essential element for planting and maintaining a successful hydroponics indoor garden. Sunlight is not always available for your plants. Sometimes you need to provide a better solution to get the maximum results from your Hydroponic Plants.
Growing plants in a wholly unnatural environment, you will want to make sure that all the different elements are given to the plants. One of the most important elements of course is light. Plants take the light and turn it into energy using a process called photosynthesis. This is not just an option, it a necessity and will ensure that you have plants that thrive. Luckily there are ways to trick plants into thinking that they have been given all the light they need, and for this you will need Grow Light Systems.
When you grow any plant indoors you will need to make sure that you provide a excellent light source for your plants. The light that you provide directly affects the plants health and is the difference between poor quality plants and healthy plants.
During the growth phase of your plants, you will want to provide them with a combination of blue and red color temperature lights. Since the most common and effective indoor gardening grow light hydroponic systems today are based on metal halide and high pressure sodium, you can try getting both types of lights, or a system that lets you switch between the two.
Fluorescent Grow Lights are fine for some situations, and in fact, we recommend them for seedlings and low-light plants. Unfortunately, fluorescent just can’t deliver the strong light you need to grow plants taller than 6 – 8″. Unless you’re using BIG LUMEN OUTPUT T-5 lighting, T-5s are strong enough to grow under all the way from seed to harvest.
T5 Fluorescent Systems are great for house plants, seedling starts, flowers – anything you want to grow indoors. Low profile – only 2-3/8″ tall High lumen output and very low heat Super value Lightweight.
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