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CRI, or Color Rendering Index, is a quantification of how faithfully a light source reveals the relative color of various objects, as perceived by ...
What are lumens, and are they useful for evaluating grow lights? Lumens are a measure of luminous flux, or the total amount of visible light radia...
Yes, our grow lights provide complete coverage of the plant biological active radiation spectrum from 350 to 750nm, including UV and IR. Our Phyto-...
Is it normal to see purple streaks on the stems / petioles? No, LED lights do not cause any kind of nutrient deficiency; purple streaks on stems a...
Can Black Dog LED grow lights be used for both vegetative and flowering growth? There has been a popular belief that plants need more blue light fo...
Ultraviolet (UV) light has a wavelength shorter than 400nm and contains more energy per photon than light in the 400-700nm Photosynthetic Active Ra...
We have a lot of experience growing a diverse range of plants under different combinations of LED grow light colors. In our (and others') experimen...
What about these 10-watt white LEDs? First, it is important to know what "white" light really is. White is not a spectral color, but rather a combi...
The simple answer is: deeper than any other grow light of the same wattage. Unfortunately, there is no single answer to exactly how deep our lights...
Photosynthetic Active Radiation (PAR) designates the spectrum or range of colors of light from 400 to 700 nanometers that plants are able to use fo...
Yield Photon Flux (YPF) is a measure of light intensity, weighted based on the light wavelength's usefulness to plants when it is the only color of...
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