Medicinal plants are very photosensitive. As the available hours of light per day decrease, the change triggers these annuals to produce more of their flowering hormones. Once these hormones reach a set level, the plants know that their life will soon be over, so they answer the call to reproduce by starting the flowering stage.
By increasing the available hours of light, you can force the plant to reduce the amount of flowering hormones it produces. This drop will eventually stop the flowering process and force the plant to revert back to the vegetative stage. Sometimes growers do this by accident, but our focus will be on purposeful regeneration performed immediately after a successful harvest.
1. Saves Space By Eliminating Mothers
If you can consistently regenerate your existing plants, there's little to no need to keep a separate grow space along with the associated equipment for your mothers and a nursery of clones. This not only saves square footage that you could devote to flowering plants, but also saves money by reducing energy and hardware needs.
2. Saves Time By Reducing Veg
Medicinal plants strains that take well to regeneration bounce back quickly. Their roots, trunk, and primary branches are already developed, so they'll have a head start on the typical veg cycle with a robust support system. Plus, you won't have to wait for them to reach sexual maturity or guess whether they'll be female. In a best case scenario, you'll be able to harvest more buds off the same plant within eight weeks of the time it reverted to veg.
3. Preserves Genetics
Your mother finally failed to thrive. You can't find any more of your preferred medicinal plants seeds. You realise near the end of bloom that you have a very special phenotype on your hands, but you carelessly forgot to take clones while you had the chance. With regeneration, there's no need to lose exceptional genetics just because bad things happen. Simply trick the plant into vegging again and you're back in business.
The ECO Farm Samsung LED grow light features a balanced spectrum for superior growing power with best possible LED diodes available.
This fixture provides you with total control over everything. With onboard dimming function, growers can set the ideal intensity at any stage of plant growth for optimal photosynthesis activation.
PPF & Par Efficacy
The ECO Farm Samsung LED grow light produces a PPF output of 1514.7μmol/s and a PAR efficacy of 2.8 umol/J making this fixture incredibly efficient compared to other commercial fixures.
The ECO Farm Samsung LED grow light provides its users with an average 40% reduction on energy and costs. This is the ultimate combination of increasing the amount of light energy reaching your plants while also shrinking costs.
The ECO Farm Samsung LED grow light allows for even light distribution, and is precisely designed to deliver uniform levels of photosynthesis flux density, or PPFD.
The specially deployed full spectrum fills the negligence of the main photoreceptors and pigments outside the 730nm IR and 395nm UV range, and it is suitable for reproduction to aging in indoor environments.
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