What is the Highest Yielding LED Grow Light System?
G8LEDs are (still) the highest yielding LED grow light system. G8LED Grow Lights provide the largest yields when growing indoor with LED technology. G8LEDs will outperform all white lights and other targeted spectra grow lights, growing healthier plants, with robust flowers with increased resin formation as trichomes. Plants grown with G8LED lights will have more flavor, aroma, and potency. The secret to G8LED’s growing capability is in the dense network of diodes which provide a Full Spectrum light for the plants, at the optimal proportions plus the added benefits of ultraviolet, far-red and infrared. By doing so, G8LED lights maximize the yield while lowering the power consumption and excess heat typical with white diodes and traditional growing bulbs such as high-pressure sodium and metal halide. Furthermore, with the addition of the G8LED Flower Booster light, the plants increase flower production and add more weight to the yield of the crop.
G8LED lights maximize the portions of the light that the plants need most and minimize the portions that are used less by plants. The scientific balance is accomplished by taking a weighted average of the PAR absorption rates of chlorophyll-a and chlorophyll-b for flowering plants. A white LED grow light is not able to do this and is therefore not as efficient as a targeted spectrum light. G8LED lights produce higher yields because they are optimized, balanced, and designed with a very dense network of diodes.
G8LED grow lights have won numerous awards and accolades for their quality and performance from High Times Magazine, Wiki Top Ten, Plantozoid, Hydro-Man Reviews, Maximum Yield Magazine, The Weed Blog, Expert Grow Guide and more. Plants thrive and output large yields, with reduced electrical consumption and no excess heat. The G8 spectrum touches all the colors in the light spectrum, however only amplifying the critical portions that benefit the plants. G8 lights also have Ultraviolet (UV) and Infrared (IR), which enhance trichome formation and quality of the plants.
While some lights promote more wavelengths, G8LED lights only use the portions of the light spectra which the plants require, in the correct proportions to grow healthier plants. If more wavelengths were better for indoor growing, we would produce a 15-band, 20-band or a white light. However, more wavelengths are not better when it comes to the science of indoor growing and a targeted spectrum grow light like G8LED will outperform for your grow room.
Which LED Grow Lights Work the Best?
What LED grow light should I buy? Although there are many good choices, G8LEDs are some of the top-performing lights for indoor growing. G8LED lights produce more PAR, more yield per watt, and more yield per square foot than other grow lights. G8LED lights have a very high concentration of light energy per square inch which means more plant growth. With G8LED lights, not only is the dry weight yield maximized, but the plants produce a higher quality product.
A G8LED will outperform a similar wattage white or yellow light because it is targeting the exact portions of the light spectrum required by the plants. G8LED lights use diodes from 380 to 760nm, with some white diodes to round out the color range. The UV diodes in the G8LED lights allow plants to form more trichomes which make for frostier plants. Using a white light defeats the whole purpose of using LED technology to target specific wavelengths of light required for plant growth and will give smaller yields. NASA used targeted spectrum lights similar to G8LED when testing LED lights for growing food in space!
G8LED grow lights have gone through several iterations of improvements over the years, to bring about very high quality and highly efficient grow lights. Designed by electrical engineers turned indoor growers, G8LED lights have been an excellent addition to many grow facilities. G8LED lights also come with exceptional customer service to our customers.
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