G8LED LED Grow Lights for Indoor Plants

prleap.com; G8LED has formulated their ratio to match the photosynthetic action radiation (PAR) used by plants for photosynthesis. The light spectrum is controlled in a constructive way such that the photosynthesis of plants can be optimized for their development. By providing a weighted average representation around 8 wavelengths of the light spectrum including infrared, G8LED has been able to make the most efficient grow light that gives plants exactly what they need for photosynthesis and cuts out the extra waste. These LED grow lights for indoor plants emit 90% less heat than HID systems and save customers 50-70% on electricity. The lights have built in fans and power supplies which eliminates the necessity for expensive ballasts and reduces the need to vent hot air in the grow room. Customers save big on their grow room capital and operational expenses. It’s easy to see why upgrading a grow room with G8LED grow lights is a no brainer.

“LED lighting is the future of indoor hydroponics” says Ethan G. of DormGrow.com. “The technology has been utilized since the 1960’s but recent advances in diode design allowed us to utilize this amazing technology for indoor growing.” In his June 2011 meeting of his Council on Jobs and Competitiveness in North Carolina, President Obama was quoted saying “LED lighting is going to make a huge difference, not just for businesses who use the technology, but also for a country that needs to figure out how do we operate in a more energy-efficient way”. It is no wonder that NASA has been testing LED technology to grow food in space.

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