LED Grow Lights

  1. June 13, 2022

    Dio-Tech 830w Review by Migrolight is now live

    @migrolight Dio-Tech 830w Review is now live! ????????
    Dual spectrum lighting just took on a whole new meaning ???????? Welcome to Control LED! ????????????
    Our lighting solutions have been designed by growers,
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  2. May 25, 2022

    Maxibright Juno Pro 720w LED Now In Stock

    Maxibright Juno Pro 720w LED Now In Stock!

    The JUNO LED PRO 1800 is an affordable yet incredibly powerful LED fixture from Maxibright which boasts a high total light output of 1800 μmol/s (PPF) of uniform, full spectrum light with added red for enhanced flowering. Featuring 6 bars of high quality MaxiLED chips, optimised to perfectly cover a 1.5 x 1.5m area.  

    Foldable for easy transport and installation. Including a remote dimmer, and the option to control multiple units using the JUNO LED lighting controller for ultimate control over your grow light. This LED fixture offers the same uncompromising level of quality and performance that you would expect from all Maxibright products.

    Read the full listing here Maxibright Juno Pro 720w LED 

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  3. April 12, 2022

    LED Grow Lights

    LED Grow Lights, Lighting

    Plants obviously need Sun light to grow, but when natural sunlight is harder to come by then a great alternative is to grow inside with Grow Lights. There are several different types that you could choose from, including plasma, fluorescent, HID (High-Intensity Discharge), and LED. Out of all the above-mentioned types, LED is worthy of your attention, and here’s why:

    1 - Quicker Plant Cycle

    Plants do not get sun 24 hours a day, but with LED Grow Lighting, your plants can have access to the 'Sun' for much longer as long as your lights are kept on.

    2 - Longer Life Span

    LED Grow Lights last much longer than an ordinary bulb

    3 - Energy Saving

    LED Lighting does not burn anything to get bright meaning a lesser cost to your electricity bill.

    4 - Environmently Friendly

    LED grow lights, can be fully recycled, making them an eco-friendly alternative to HID lights. Those lights contain fairly high amounts of mercury, which can be very harsh on the environment – especially when it’s burned. LED grow lights, on the other hand, do not contain these harmful substances, which means the air around you and your lights will not be compromised. You’ll be saving yourself and saving the environment, all in one shot.

    5 - Healthy Plants

    No burning and no UV damage. LED Grow Lights are a much better alternative for the plant and for the environment.

    Take a look at our own brand of LED Grow Lights 'Control LED'.

    - GSH


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  4. March 31, 2022

    Growing With Added UVA/Far Red

    Growing with added UVA and Far Red.

    Photosynthetic Active Radiation or PAR refers to the spectrum of electromagnetic radiation that is visible as light. Plants use this light energy to drive photosynthesis, grow and reproduce. The spectrum is measured in nanometers (nm) and for many years it was agreed that the range of visible light (PAR) sits between 400nm and 700nm. At the low end of the PAR range is blue light and at the upper end is red light.

    Recent plant research suggests that expanding the spectrum of light outside of the “traditional” PAR range has significant effects on plant behaviour and that usable range is 380nm to 780nm.

    The Dio-Tech UVA/FR Light Bars does just that. It extends the spectrum to include not only visible light, but also UVA and Far Red, for optimal plant performance.

    What are the benefits of UVA?

    Electromagnetic radiation with a wavelength between 315nm and 400nm is classed as UVA. This wavelength induces a stress response within the plants, much as it does in humans, to develop compounds that will protect its cells from being damaged by prolonged exposure.

    Receiving UVA radiation stimulates the plants natural defences and encourages it to develop thicker, waxier leaves. This helps protect the plant against biotic stress factors, like pests, fungal and bacterial pathogens. Research also suggests that UVA deters certain species of sucking insects.

    Most importantly, exposure to UVA during the flowering period stimulates the production of resin, terpene and flavonoid compounds, and increases biomass.

    The benefits of

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