Color Spectrum for growing with LEDs

LED’s are supposed to target spectrum which plants need. The optimized grow light spectrum most favorable for plant growth (range: 450-475nm (blue) and 625-660nm (red) wavelengths)

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How Plant absorbs light?

Intensity mainly affects the overall yield of your crop. The quality of the spectrum mainly affects the quality of the plants structure, tastes and/or smells.

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Importance of UV for Plant production

Ultra Violet (UV)light is broken up into three sections within the electromagnetic spectrum. UV light is on the far left section of the spectral charts.

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What is R & B ratio?

Red/Blue Ratio is to check the PPFD ratio between Red part (600-700nm) and Blue part (400-499nm).

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What is PPFD and YPFD?

How PPFD and YPFD numbers represent in terms of plant growth.

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PAR values and Spectrum required for ideal grow

Photosynthetic Active Radiation (PAR) was derived from the McCree Curve. It is a total count of light energy (in photons) between 400nm to 700nm. This represents the area of light that plants use for photosynthesis, or to grow

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Importance of McCree Curve

The McCree Curve represents the average photosynthetic response of plants to the light energy.

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Is your Grow room light optimised with LED Lighting?

LED Grow World's full spectrum optimized LED Lighting products provides better control over your grow environment, higher yields and lower operating costs. Our new LED Horticultural LED COB chips are light spectrum optimized for all stages of plant growth.

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