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Ezvid Wiki 2018 Top 10 Best LED Grow Lights

Dec 17

G8LED 900W Veg/Flower light topped the 2018 Top 10 Best LED Grow Lights list by Ezvid Wiki, taking the #1 spot.

Ezvid Wiki 2018 Best LED Grow Lights

#1 2018 Best LED Grow Lights

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How to Foliar Feed your Plants

Sep 10

Foliar feeding is a method of applying fertilizer and nutrients by spraying onto the leaves rather than putting into the soil or water to be absorbed by the roots. The process has been the subject of a number studies, prompting many growers to use it in their growing programs.

Although foliar feeding is never an alternative to building up healthy soil, there are some cases where foliar feeding is quite beneficial. Spraying directly onto the leaves is a fast way to supply nutrients. If your crops are under stress from drought, pest-attack or disease, it’s definitely worth spraying them to speed the recovery process. An ailing plant can improve its form visibly after spraying .

When spraying your plants, be sure not to let any of the spray near your LED grow lights. The fans of the LEDs will pull the spray inside and damage the lights. Not only is the liquid not good for the LED grow light, or any other electrical device for that matter, but the chemicals in the spray will react with the electronic components and surely damage your light.

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G8-600 Bloom Only Light – 2017 Best NEW LED Grow Light

Sep 09

2017 Best NEW LED Grow Light

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G8LED Winner HIGH TIMES Magazine Gear of the Year Award

Jan 17


Congratulations to G8LED for being selected the

Winner of HIGH TIMES Magazine Gear of the Year Award

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Jan 14


G8-900 Flowering video 2

G8-900 Flowering video 1

G8-600 Harvest pictures and analysis

G8-600 review with DocBud

G8-600 growing results and pictures

G8-450 Vegetative growth video

G8-450 Flowering by Grow 420 Guide

G8-450 begin Flowering video

G8-450 time lapse grow video

G8LED Flowering Results

G8-240 time lapse grow video

Grow420Guide G8-450 channel

TheWeedBlog LED Grow Lights review

High Times MAGAZINE – Gear of the Year STASH Award

G8-240 + 90W Red

College of Cannabis – Reviews

G8 LED vs HID operating costs

DocBud G8-450 grow journal

DocBud’s first try G8-450 final results

G8-240 grow journal

G8-450 grow journal

G8-600 grow journal

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LED Grow Lights – 3 watt vs 5 watt chips

Dec 17


LED lights can be made using different sized diode chips from less than 1 watt per diode up to 20 watts or more per diode chip. The ideal chip size for a LED light will depend on the use for the light. As the chip size gets larger, the light is more intense but the diodes give off more heat and require a larger cooling mechanism.

The ideal chip size for most indoor growing applications is the 3 watt diode chip. When LED grow lights first appeared on the market several years ago in 15×15 panels of 225diodes, they used diodes which were 1/16 of a watt per diode. These grow lights were effective in photosynthesis of very simple plants like sprouts but failed to grow larger plants. Larger plants requiring fruiting needed larger diode sizes. The 3 watt diode LED grow light soon became the standard for LED indoor grow light.

3 watt vs 5 watt led diode chips

3 watt vs 5 watt led diode chips

Many LED grow light resellers have entered the market and in an effort to differentiate themselves some have turned to the 5 watt and 10 watt diode chips. These larger diodes have shortcomings when it comes to indoor growing. The larger chips give off more heat and require more heat dissipation. They need larger heat sinks and make for a heavier product. The 5 watt and 10 watt diodes also require the grow light to be larger because they can not be manufactured in a dense network like the 3 watt diode chips.

Additionally, the 5 watt & 10 watt chips tend to cause brown spots to be formed on the plant leaves due to the extra intensity of the light. The 3 watt diode chip is the perfect size for an indoor grow light. It can penetrate 5-6 feet past the plant canopy and can be packed in a dense network configuration which is the ideal design for growing fruiting plants. The light from the plant is not overly intense where it can cause leaf spots but is strong enough to provide the energy necessary for full photosynthesis of fruiting plants.

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