So, how does the Spectra LED light spectrum grow light work?

In a nutshell it is a series of 9 different colored 3 watt LEDs (Light Emitting Diodes) that emit 12 wavelengths of light in all visible colors of the light spectrum. These lights are specially calibrated to interact with one another and target the absorption peaks of chlorophyll A, chlorophyll B, carotenoids, phytochrome, cryptochromes and phototropins. The chlorophyll is vital for photosynthesis, as you most likely know, and absorbs light most strongly in the visible spectrum of blue and red, but also in all other colors of visible light, even a tiny amount of green light. The cartenoids also absorb light most strongly in the blue/green spectrum, but they also serve to protect the chlorophyll from photo damage. Phytochrome is a photoreceptor, a pigment that plants use to detect light. It is sensitive to light in the red and far-red region of the visible spectrum. Many flowering plants use it to regulate the time of flowering based on the length of day and night (photoperiodism) and to set circadian rhythms. It also regulates other responses including the germination of seeds, elongation of seedlings, the size, shape and number of leaves, the synthesis of chlorophyll, and the straightening of the epicotyl or hypocotyl hook of dicot seedlings. Other plant photoreceptors include cryptochromes and phototropins, which are sensitive to light in the blue and ultra-violet regions of the spectrum.

By calibrating my lights to target these absorption peaks, I have been able to consistently produce the highest quality crops. I cannot reveal the exact nanometers of light in my formula as that is a trade secret, but it has been reached through years of careful experimentation and study. My lights put out light that is 95% absorbed by the plant, meaning that nearly no light is wasted. When compared to metal halide or HPS lights, the Spectra series of LED grow lights outperforms the competition and saves energy. Less than 20% of the light put out by these traditional grow lights is absorbed by the plant, meaning that the vast majority of the light energy is wasted. These lights also put out less light in the red and orange spectrums, which means that my light, once again, outperforms these older options. Combine this with the fact that LEDs are inherently better than traditional lights in that they are longer lasting, less expensive, and better for the environment, and it is clear why they are the next step in the evolution of indoor growing.


 If these facts are not enough to convince the serious growers out there, come into our forums and have a discussion with some of the growers that have actually used my lights and get a firsthand account of their worth.

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