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This book contains information you should know before purchasing a LED grow light. Light-emitting diode (LED) grow lights are prevalent with indoor growers and other gardeners around the world. For so many years, home growers of various plants were stuck with hot lighting ventilation that withered plant leaves, dried out plant roots, was not safe to leave unattended and produced outrageous utility bills. All of this has changed with LED grow lights. They offer multiple unique benefits to traditional High Intensity Discharge (HID) grow lights and are easily the fastest-growing segment of the grow light market across the globe.

Plant owners are now more than ever purchasing plants that require a great amount of light and will use LED grow lights for their plant needs. LED grow lights are the latest mass-created light available, although many individuals have not started utilizing them yet, since the little LEDs will not be the primary thing that you consider when you picture an indoor greenhouse. They are the most capable, powerful, and space-saving grow lights that you can use in an indoor or outdoor greenhouse, because LEDs use less energy than conventional grow lights.

©2017 Patricia Carlisle (P)2017 Patricia Carlisle

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You can sum this book up by saying that plants need certain wavelengths of light. LED technology allows those wavelengths to be generated more efficiently than existing lighting solutions. You will not learn what those efficiencies or hear any solid numbers or facts.