Growing plants indoors can add nature beauty to your home, any time of the year. Each type of plant is different and will have varying requirements for sunlight, water, soil and fertilizer. Some plants require more sunlight than others. Depending on where you live, you may not have any windows with full sunlight exposure. You may only get partial light into the room where you are growing your plants. For this situation or when your plants require direct sunlight exposure, there are different types of LED plant lights, which you can use to grow healthy plants indoors.
How Are LED Plant Lights Different from Other LED Lights?
Everyone should have some general idea about what an LED light is and how it works. Put simply, an LED light is an energy saving light that requires less electricity to operate. It also remains cool to the touch. LED lights also can generate higher brightness levels at lower wattages than traditional light bulbs. LED lights are used for a variety of purposes, such as illuminating the screen on your computer, in your HDTV, and in light fixtures around your home. Even the lights on your cell phone are most likely LEDs. In fact, you may have seen LED plant lights used for hydroponics. These lights are different from other LED lights because they illuminate specific colors in the spectrum, which are needed for photosynthesis. This keeps the plants healthy and promotes growth. Other than that difference, they operate quite similarly and offer the same types of benefits over traditional lighting.
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