Light is an essential factor for the growth of plants. Except for some shade tolerant green plants, such as Chlorophytum, most plants need to receive sufficient light to grow well, and meat will grow in the most beautiful state. Succulent Grow Light can simulate the principle of sunlight. Lighting instead of sunlight provides illumination for plant growth and development environment and achieves the same effect as sunlight.
There are many types of Succulent Grow Lights, including cylindrical and long pipes, which can meet all kinds of needs of users. Generally, it only needs 8-10 hours of lighting at night to meet the light source required by plants every day. The S1200+ Grow Lights can adjust the time and the brightness at will, one key solves, do not need to nurse. Experiments show that the state of succulent plants generally changes after receiving plant light for 3 days. In particular, succulent plants are obviously colored and in an obvious state. The plants are much better than those without light.
The use of Succulent Grow Lights has solved the problem of raising seedlings in winter, such as low temperature, rainy weather, and fog. The use of Succulent Grow Lights can produce normal quality seedlings without sunshine and have a good defensive effect on brown rot caused by low temperature, low illumination, and high humidity. Experiments show that the state of succulent plants generally changes after receiving plant light for 3 days, especially succulent plants, which are obviously colored and in an obvious state, and the plants are much better than those without light.
Different kinds of succulent plants have different needs for sunlight. Most succulent plants can be dried in the sun, but avoid exposure. In addition, some succulent plants need to be stored in a cool place. If they are exposed to the sun for a long time, it is easy to cause damage.
Succulent plant growth light is cheap, electricity saving, and the effect is good. The main function is to promote flowering and fruiting and grow hairy roots. The fleshy growth light can be irradiated for more than 10 hours a day, but it should be turned off after dark because succulent plants absorb oxygen at night and breathe out carbon dioxide. Therefore, night lighting is unscientific.