Light Recipes and Spectra
As learned in the chapter More micromoles for less $$ there can be tremendous differences on the energy efficacy depending on the LED packages technology used, as well as on applying the correct light spectrum by avoiding micromoles and watts where you don’t need them.
Still we advise you to get in contact with our experts once you are thinking about applying LED grow lights in your project, as small changes can make big differences.
CoolGrow® light spectra
Very strong results with high crop cultivation like tomatoes, cucumbers, bell peppers and egg plants as well with a wide variety of berries.
Most potted plants give a great result under this spectrum.
Ideal for plants who don’t like too much blue spectrum like Phalaenopsis.
This is a typical general purpose spectrum, which works ideal with a wide score of crops and particular with leafy greens.
All together a good balance between both photon levels guarantees a good mix between vegetative growth and biomass production.
Ideal for cannabis vegetative growth and a wide score of ornamentals.
Very good results with a variety of algae like spirulina and Arthrospira.
We recommend this spectrum in hybrid systems with HPS lamps for floriculture products like chrysanthemum.
Suppose that you want to aim at various growth stages without changing the plants from location or changing the luminaires, for example the Sea of Green (SoG) cultivation method for medicinal cannabis, than this platforms let you combine 2 engines focusing on vegetative growth with 2 engines purely focusing on the flowering stage.