LED Grow Lights Applications

Growing plants with LED grow light is one of the biggest achievements for greenhouse and indoor farming in decades. But how to get the best results when using the led grow light is still under-discovered and shared. Take a quick look at our types of grow lights for indoor plants, you can read how the LED grow lights work, and how they affect plant growth, what advantages that LED Grow light have, and choose the best suitable light for various application!


Grow Lights For Different Types Of Plants


Grow Lights For Vegetables

Led Grow Lights For Herbs

Mushroom Grow Light

Led Grow Lights For Cannabis

Cactus Growing Light

Aloe Vera Grow Light

Tropical Plant Grow Light

Grow Lights For Lettuce

Led Tomato Grow Lights

Succulent Grow Light

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Different Types Of Plants

Different Stages


Grow Lights For Different Stages

Seed Growing Light

Grow Lights For Seedlings

Led For Plant Growth

Flowering Grow Light

What Color LED For Veg Stage?

Blue lights with a Kelvin color temperature from 5000K to 6500K or wavelength in the 400-500 nanometer range are best for the vegetative stage of the grow cycle and for starting seeds indoors. This color range light is responsible for leaf growth and stimulates the production of secondary pigments in the leaves that can enhance the plant’s color and fragrance. Be careful when using blue light LEDs though because too much blue light may stunt the growth of certain species. These lights are particularly good for lettuce and other crops where a short, dense growth is desired.


Grow Light Guide

Light Emitting Diode (LED) grow lights are ideal for all types of indoor grows and for supplemental lighting for outdoor and greenhouse grows. As opposed to regular lights, they do not require gas to operate within a bulb but are limited to a small diode of light. LED lights last longer than standard incandescent bulbs or HID bulbs like metal halide and high-pressure sodium (HPS), due to the fact that they have no filament, meaning they are not susceptible to burning out. This also helps over the lifetime of an LED lamp with less maintenance and repair costs such as replacing bulbs as you would with old lighting technologies.