Tips for Maximizing The Output of your Lights

Here are the tips you need to apply on your LED grow lights to obtain the maximum output for your Weed.

Regulate water consumption level

Many weed growers tend to make the error of over watering their plants when they switch the lighting platforms from HID technology to LED grow lights. The reason why HID lit indoor farms are over-watered is that HID lights emit infra red rays and considerable heat which dries the Weed plants and the soil. LED grow lights, on the other hand, don’t emit infra red rays and have a lower heat signature. Therefore, you need to cut down on the amount of water you add to your farm when using LED grow lights.

Turn on the heat

One advantage of other sources of lighting such as HID is they emit heat and dissipates it on the plants which make them grow healthy. When weed farmers replace such sources of lighting with LED grow lights, they often notice a drop in temperature in their farms because LED grow lights don’t dissipate the same amount of heat. For that reason, growers are compelled to look for other ways to boost the level of heat in the farm. But thanks to LED s energy efficiency capabilities, the energy saved eventually will be immense.

Define light cycles

Plants, just like animals, are also hooked up to the day-night rhythm of the day. You can establish the rhythm for your Marijuana’s biological life my setting your LED grow lights to give out light for a specific set number of hours and alternating it with episodes of darkness.

Installing multiple units

LED grow lights have the capability of using optics to produce targeted light output. This feature can be used to direct a spotlight to a particular section of your Weed farm with one LED grow light lamp and then repeating the process on another cluster. You need to make calculations to ensure that all your weed plants are served sufficiently.