If plants need light to grow, then why don’t your indoor plants flourish under the everyday lights you use to light your way each evening? The answer is actually quite simple: not all lights are created equal, and many are specific to certain wavelengths of light. These wavelengths are what makes up the light spectrum, some of which are explicitly used by plants to help them grow and produce, while others are simply to help you find your way. If you have ever wondered about the specific differences between a grow light vs a regular light, then your explanation can be found below.
Grow lights create an artificial light source that is specific to a light spectrum to help support the chemical process of photosynthesis. Photosynthesis is the chemical process in which light energy is converted within a plant to energy a plant can use to grow and produce. Grow lights are found in situations that require certain ranges of heat and light wavelengths to support vegetation both indoors, and out. They also are generally found within a specific set up or light panel that helps concentrate their light output, although certain types can be bought as individual bulbs.
Grow lights are easy to use and can plug into an electrical outlet. Often you have choices surrounding their specific uses in relation to plant health, and also may need to be changed out depending on what you need them for. They also are often strong in nature and may emit light that is harmful to your eyes, so care must be taken when using them.
Grow lights are used specifically by any person, hobbyist or commercial grower, who needs to provide parts of the spectrum specifically emitted by the sun that encourages and support vegetation. Producing plants, whether flowers, herbs, or produce, are often the most in need of a grow light in order to get well established, and to provide the crop they will eventually be harvested for.
Grow lights are also very helpful to get seedlings started prior to planting, and are also popular in greenhouses and commercial grow tent in order to ensure healthy looking plants prior to planting or display.
1) Ultra-thin and ultra-light design with high heat dissipation aluminum heat-sink board.
2) Dual-channel spectrum control, with controllable UV IR switch, smart control.
3) Whole light IP65 waterproof grade, endure wet planting environment, longer life span.
4) 2 options using methods, hang or stand based on your requirement of planting.
5) Inventronics or Sonsen driver optional.
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