Use LED 3 Watt Leds to grow plants in your basement. Especially useful during the winter months of North America.
Use our 5mm and 8mm LEDs to make your own custom plateform creating your low power, low price led grow light.
LED Grow Light
What is a LED grow light? It is the use of new technology LED products to grow plant life.
LED Grow Lights will allow:
- Put a lot of light on a small space
- Reduce power consumption
- Cut your maintenance costs
- Replace noisy lights and ballasts
- Complement existing HPS lights
- Replace fluorescent and incandescent grow lights
- Reduce heat output
- LED grow lights combine the gentleness of fluorescents with the growing power of HIDs. Our will not get hot and only get warm. Our lights have a recommended useful lifetime of 50,000 hours for red lamps the equivalent of 18 hours a day, 365 days a year for seven years and seven months.
View our LED grow light products.
LED grow lights can reduce your power consumption by as much as 90% and provide you with a longer life bulb. Par 38 LED bulbs are perfect for grow light uses because they provide a large coverage.
Test resuts from actual customer got LED grow light:
I tested your 3 Watt (1 blue & 1 red) screw in LEDs on plant growth
against GroovyGrow's 10 Watt (1 red & 1 blue) LED fixtures. I was
surprised to find that not only did your lights out preform the
competitor LED lights (which by the way falsely claims its lights are
"the best on the market"), but your lights produced remarkably healthy
and well proportioned plant growth.
I also tested your LEDs against 2, 25 watt Compact florescent bulbs
(one day light balanced, and one with a warmer color temperature). It
was not clear which was the most effective, but my tests were by no
means thorough; they were in fact very preliminary in nature.
The pros and cons of your 3 watt screw-in single diode LED lights:
*-low energy consumption
-easy to install
-small in size
*-very effective plant growing spectrum
-Heat (not a big deal)
*-Initial price (compact florescent light bulbs are about half the price)
*-Coverage area (this is likely the biggest problem. Your lights are
probably the most
effective, but their coverage area is very minimal, to the
point that 1 red and 1 blue light can't effectively support plant life
much past the seedling stage.
I found it interesting that your light, that preformed so well with
plant growth, was one of the least marketed toward plant growth
application. If I were you I would try and find the most powerful LED
out there and exploit it for retail grow lights. Also I know Red and
Blue spectrums are beneficial to plants, but I've heard that Yellow
(or amber) also contributes to plant growth. UV rays are actually
harmful to plants, but because they cause damage, plants often react
in ways that produce beneficial results (like better flavor or aroma
from fruits and flowers)
- I just thought I'd let you know how your products worked out