LED Grow Lights & Indoor Gardening
The introduction of LED grow lights marks an exciting milestone in indoor gardening. Regardless of whether you are a home growing hobbyist or a seasoned commerical grower, LED lights will allow you to produce higher yields and save money doing it! LED grow lights only use a fraction of the energy of traditional HID grow lights (metal halide and high-pressure sodium) and virtually no heat means even more cost savings because your ventilation system can be much smaller.
Create Your Own Space Garden with an LED Grow Light
NASA astronauts proved that LED growing lights were effective for growing plants in places where there was little, if any, natural light. As part of the experiments on the space station, tiny gardens were bathed in the precise combination of blue and red light necessary for plants to grow. The results were an assortment of [...]
LEAD the Way with LED Plant Grow Lights
Frustrated With Trying to Grow Plants? Is your climate too cold to grow plants outdoors? Is sunlight too sparse? If a “yes” fits either of these, then consider buying LED (light emitting diode) plant grow lights. LEDs were invented by Russian radio technician Oleg Losev back in the late 1920s, but their plant use is [...]
Growing Plants Indoors With LED Grow Lights
LED grow lights are used to provide a source of energy for indoor plants. While there are a variety of types of grow lights available, the LED lights are the most environmentally friendly. There are several excellent advantages to using grow lights for indoor gardening; some of them include environmental safety, healthier plants and energy [...]
The ?Green? Advantage of LED Grow Lights
If considering a more “green” method of growing plants indoors, utilizing light-emitting diodes, or LED grow lights, is a perfect option. Since such systems consume less power, produce far less heat, and have an estimated 100,000 hour life span, this method of lighting is quickly replacing the use of traditional HID light sources. At its [...]
Hydroponics Gardening At Home
Hydroponics was derived from the Greek word hydro, which means "water" and ponos, which means "labor or water-working". Hydroponics gardening involves growing plants with their roots in other nutrient solutions and without soil.