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Case Study #1

Case Study: Crystal Production Increases Exponentially Using Grow Pros HM660 LED Grow Lights Introduction  Based in N. America, a private grow operation installed Grow Pros Solutions HM660 LED grow lights in a controlled environment and found that plants under HM660 grow lights produced more crystals on the weed leaves than plants under grow lights from other manufacturers.  How Grow Pros HM660...

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Spectrum-Optimized LED Grow Lights for Ideal Leaf Surface Temperature

At an indoor grow facility, measuring ambient room temperature doesn’t reveal the vitality of the plants in the room. This is why tracking leaf surface temperature (LST) can give growers insight into how plants respond to their environment—allowing the grower to make adjustments to the environment to produce the highest, healthiest yields. It must be noted that leaf surface temperature is not...

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Experiencing Grow Issues? VPD May Solve Them.

Experiencing Grow Issues? VPD May Solve Them.What Vapor Pressure Deficit (VPD) Is and Why It’s ImportantSluggish growth, nutrient burnout, mildew, dried-out plants-all of these issues can be addressed by tracking and optimizing VPD (vapor pressure deficit) for each stage of plant growth.What is VPD? Measures the relationship between air temperature, leaf temperature, and relative humidity Helps...

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What is PAR & DLI?

Caring for your grow operation involves understanding how your plants operate so that you can select the right grow light to enhance your yield. PAR and DLI are two terms that measure the quantity and quality light that reaches your cannabis plants. Read on to learn how to utilize these two terms to optimize your farm. What is PAR? & Why Is It Important? Photosynthetically Active Radiation...

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HPS vs LED Grow Lights: The Complete Guide

The Difference Between LEDs and HPS Grow Lights An LED, or light emitting diode, is a chip that emits light when an electric current flows through it. When the particles that carry the current combine together with the semiconductor material, light is produced. This allows more photons (light) to be produced while using less electricity than high-pressure sodium (HPS) lights. Originally, LEDs...

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