Between 600-900 PPFD: This is great for the flowering, fruiting, or budding stage of plants.
We will provide real testing data for your reference.And then you can choose a suitable led grow light for high Yield.
Between 400-600 PPFD: This is great for early to late stage vegging cycles.
Between 200-400 PPFD: This is great for seedlings, clones, and mother plants.
Between 200 PPFD and 400 PPFD, plants growth rate potential crawls around 30 – 55% which is recommended for mother plants or young,
If you’re new to variable spectrum LED lights, this may seem like a lot to manage. Fortunately, you can actually program and automate the entire growth cycle with technology like the SolarSystem® Controller.
The spectrum you select tells your plants what to do when by guiding them through the seasons. If you’re growing indoors, you have to completely recreate the sun for your plants through variable spectrum LED grow lights.
The benefits of working with variable spectrum LED lights are huge. You can boost yields, create an even higher quality product, and drive profits through the roof.
It’s impossible to provide any hard and fast rules for you in a single article because your needs depend on many variable factors. Where is your greenhouse located? What season is it? How long are the days in your region?
Of course, this is all strictly indoor lighting. If you’re growing in a greenhouse, the considerations are a little different.
This is the red spectrum’s time to shine, so to speak. Up until now, you’ve been shielding your plants from a blast of red light to prevent stretching, but now your plant needs all the photons it can get. Turn your red light spectrum—that’s red and deep red—up to 100%. This maneuver helps you get those higher-than-ever yields.
The rest of the channels in your variable spectrum can stay at 100% as well. It’s all hands on deck in the flowering stage. Too much blue light will divert energy to the leaves and away from the buds. This will give fluffy buds with a lot of leaves. Very high power in red with a low level of blue is the key to maximizing yield and dense flowers.
This is where you manage your potency and chemical profile. As you recall, blue and white light are the heroes when it comes to producing trichomes. Prioritize blue and UVB at 100%, and turn red down to about 50%. This is how you get those sticky buds everyone is looking for.