Yield More with UV-IR Light - 2022 Medic Grow LED Grow Lights for Sale
Most people are familiar with the different light spectrums that are optimal for growing from the Veg stage to the Flower stage. Many lights are visible to the human eye, but plants also need wavelengths above and below the visual lights including ultraviolet (<400nm) and far-red/infrared (>700nm).
There are 3 types of UV light, UVC will damage our plants. Cannabis cultivators who focus on higher yields may choose the UVA fixtures. UVA and near-ultraviolet light (315-400nm) have the longest wavelengths and can be very conducive to plant development.
- UVA has been shown to increase the amounts of THC, CBD, and terpene production in hemp plants, without the negative effects of UVB.
- UVA spectral spectrum ranges are included in the absorption spectrum, particularly in the 380nm range. This is absorbed by green chlorophyll for photosynthesis.
- Additionally, research has shown that exposing plants to UVA light can also inhibit mold growth and fungal development.
Research conducted in 1957 has shown that combining blue light and red light with far-red/infrared light (700-760nm), led to an increased rate of photosynthesis due to the Emerson effect. Plants use Phytrochrome to regulate when a plant is to switch from a vegetation state to flowering, and the time of flowering, due to the length of daylight or exposure to artificial light.
Medic Grow LED combines intense and efficient PAR output, with a targeted spectrum that includes UVA and far-red/IR light.
- Medic Grow LEDs include UBA diodes in the 380nm spectral range that is known to promote robust yields for most plant types, and high terpene, THC, and CBD production for cannabis plants.
- It also provides far-red/c IR in the 750 nm range that is ideal for robust stem growth, proper nodes spacing, and more flowers and fruit;
The Spectrum X and Y Wire of Medic Grow LEDs are both with 2Pcs UVA and Far Red IR Lights with onboard dimmer and daisy chain.
Spectrum X is not only light but also it can work as a light controller to control the features of dimming, timing, and changes in light spectrum in the different growth stages for a better yields.