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Blue – LED lights, in the 420-480nm range, or Blue spectrum, are ideal for vegetative growth and create tall, leafy plants. Strong Blue light is not very helpful during the flowering phase and can cause bushy plants without many buds.
Red – LEDs in the 600-6800 nm range are important during the flowering phase and will encourage budding. Much like the way that blue light doesn’t help with flowering, too much red light will not help with vegetative phase.
White – White LEDs are a source of disagreement among growers as to their benefit during each phase. But if nothing else they help you see inside the grow room and identify any problems that are not visible under red and blue..
Ultraviolet – Ultraviolet light spectrum is not available in many LED lights, but it may be worth adding as many growers believe it assists in bud development and potency . Research has found that it could beneficial to use ultraviolet light in short bursts when you are looking to increase THC production.
The Best Ratio
Proper growth and plant health results from making sure your plants get the right blend of light spectrum during the right phase of their growth. Understanding grow light spectrum basics is paramount in succeeding in your growth. Natural outdoor plants have the benefit of living in a world where all of the wavelengths are provided to them during all growth phases and the natural alignment of the earth and seasonal changes provide the right changes for each of their growth phases. Indoor plants need the light provided in a similar manner. So they can sprout, grow and flower the right amount at the right time
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