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light bulbs used for growing weed

Light bulbs used for growing weed

In Piensa En Verde you’ll find various models of HM bulbs. Choose the one that best suits your needs. For example, M GRO Growth bulb, ideal for the growth phase of cannabis, also find 250 or 600 watts. Another bulb, ideal for the growth phase is the light bulb 600w Sunmaster Cool HM growth, it is a type of bulbs capable of providing 10% more light than the conventional HPS lamps, the same that are energetically efficient.

Ideally you want a lamp for each phase of cultivation, but today there are HPS bulbs (Agro, Dual or Grolux) that offer a combination of appropriate spectra for the two phases of the crop.

HM Bulbs

Bulb Sunmaster HPS bloom Luxe 600w

When cultivating cannabis is of vital importance light we use. Several types of light and each of them we can provide different benefits. But we must distinguish. The most used are the HPS and HM. We will provide here a little light to see what lies behind these two acronyms. HPS lamps are the sodium vapor, the HM metal halide.

HPS bulbs

You will distinguish the HM light bulbs because it is a generally white light with shades of its colors. Only used for the growth phase, we can not use this type of bulbs for the flowering stage.

Light bulbs used for growing weed

The light from an HPS appears yellow, and is great for flowering plants because the light spectrum stimulates bud production

For the many growers who are unable to cultivate cannabis outside in the free abundant sunshine, grow lights are necessary to successfully grow cannabis indoors. Grow lights take the place of the sun, and power the growth of your plants and their buds. Light is like “food” for your plants, so without a lot of bright light, even a healthy cannabis plant won’t produce much bud at all.

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2.) High Intensity Discharge (HID) Grow Lights

Simply hang an LED light over your plants and start growing!

Pros of Fluorescents

The light from a Metal Halide appears a little bluish, and is well suited to growing cannabis plants in the vegetative stage

Ceramic Metal Halide (CMH) & Light Emitting Ceramic (LEC) Grow Lights

Compare the Pros and Cons of Each Grow Light