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 Thanks to modern mass produce farming, you can get fresh produce at any grocery store, but are you really sure that these are “fresh”? Many people would still choose to know how old that piece of carrot they’re planning to eat is. If you’re very conscious about eating fresh, consider growing your own fruits and vegetables. Gone are the days where you have to stay under the heat of the sun to plant them. Using the same principle of sunlight and plant growth, you can now stay indoors and create an indoor garden with specific lights. Here are a few tips on how to choose the right light for your indoor garden. 

Different Kinds of Lights Different kinds of lights affect plants in different ways. You can choose from incandescent bulbs to newer types like LEDs. Basically, you have red light and blue light. These kinds of light have the best impact on plant growth and photosynthesis. Blue or cool light encourages a compact, bush-like growth while red lights can trigger plants to bloom and open up. There is also what indoor farmers call grow lights which create a reddish and orange light which creates heat. 

Research on Light Effects on your Crops There are thousands of forums online about the effects of certain lights on certain plants. Some plants might grow better with specific details like color, temperature, and exposure to light. It’s always a good idea to read about experiences from other growers so you can learn from them. You can also leave questions on these forums for other members to answer. 

Invest on A Good Set of Lights Don’t skimp on cost when it comes to the lighting fixture for your indoor garden. Also, don’t be afraid of newer lights like LED light bulbs. These actually last longer and are cheaper to operate compared to incandescent bulbs. For further assistance, comments and questions, contact our customer support hotline.

 


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