The availability of sunlight is an important factor that limits the yield and efficiency of greenhouse crops. Insufficient sunlight not only affects normal crop growth, but also directly impacts the temperature, humidity, and carbon dioxide concentration inside the greenhouse. So, how to supplement light in the greenhouse when there is insufficient sunlight due to cloudy, hazy, or rainy days?
The main problems that arise due to insufficient sunlight in greenhouses growing melons include weak light intensity, uneven distribution of light, short light exposure time, and lack of specific spectra to promote internal growth. Therefore, it is essential to provide supplementary light for greenhouse plants.
The use of supplemental lights is necessary mainly because high-temperature conditions and insufficient light. Due to high temperatures, and the growth of cucumber and cantaloupe is enhanced by the use of grow lights which leads to increased consumption of nutrients, resulting in less accumulation of dry materials in their bodies and weak seedlings. Insufficient light intensity and duration also hinder the normal process of photosynthesis, especially on cloudy/rainy days. This is where using LED grow lights for plants comes in handy. LED grow lights for plants can provide sufficient light, thereby promoting the accumulation of dry matter in the plants and increasing their yield. Additionally, this grow light can provide supplemental light at any time during growth.
Grow lights for plants provide a product solution for the problem of insufficient light in greenhouse plant cultivation. In particular, there are dedicated fruit and vegetable spectra grow lights for plants for growing fruits and vegetables in greenhouses. These custom spectra light solutions help significantly in the growth of crops with slow growth rates, low yields, and late maturity. Using these lights is beneficial for plant growth and can increase the yield, quantity, and efficacy of crops. When using plant lights, it is generally recommended that the top of the plant be placed 0.5-1 meters away from the greenhouse supplemental light. This distance not only allows for sufficient light exposure but also can cover a larger area.
Achieve intensive plant production, high-efficiency, low heat load, and compact development space, thereby reducing the plant's growth cycle and increasing the yield.
Maintain a pest-free environment. Since the wavelength of the LED plant light is only suitable for plant growth, other animals including insects and pests are not comfortable under this wavelength and would not dare to approach it. This way, these grow lights not only provide supplemental light but also protect plants from pests and promote their health.
LED grow lights for plants can be applied to any indoor planting situation that requires supplemental light without any limitation. Due to the appearance and installation of LED grow lights for plants, maximum space utilization and uniformity of light can be achieved.