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Choosing The Best LED Grow Light For Winter Growing

By Bonnie Grant | October 14, 2019
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Choosing The Best LED Grow Light For Winter Growing

by Bonnie Grant October 14, 2019

Choosing The Best LED Grow Light For Winter Growing

By Bonnie Grant | October 14, 2019

As we are all trying to winterize and put our gardens to bed, it’s time to consider growing indoors throughout the winter. LED lights can help your plants as the days darken earlier. One of the best LED grow lights for winter growing are SANSI LEDs. They have a variety of wattages combined with easy shopping and competitive prices. You can use these lights in a greenhouse, solarium, hydroponic system or just as a health boost for your indoor houseplants.

Why SANSI Grow Lights are Better for Plant Growth

Plants need a full color spectrum for proper growth. They get this naturally through sunlight, which is a blend of all the colors of the rainbow. When it comes to LED lights, the spectrum colors are referred to as wavelengths in order to be more specific. Because there are many hues of red, for instance, to simply say “red” doesn’t cover the entire range of red tones. Plants need wavelengths in both the blue and red spectrum, which drives photosynthesis. However, they also need other colors for various processes. That is why a full spectrum grow lights provides the best light for plants. SANSI lights are full spectrum, which leads to better growth, production, and health.

When you use SANSI lights indoors as greenhouse grow lights, hydroponic grow lights or simply for your favorite houseplants, you don’t get that horrible off color from other LED lights. That is because they have a superior color rendering index (CRI) as compared to other manufacturers. The resulting light is natural and not tinged purple, which can make it difficult to observe plant health. The full spectrum grow lights from SANSI also provide all the wavelengths in the color spectrum for better plant growth. The resulting light resembles actual sunlight, which is the optimum light for plants.

Using SANSI LED Indoor Plant Lights

The full spectrum bulbs can be used in any light fixture and produce uniform light. Better still is the SANSI LED grow light. This unit has LED modules made of ceramic that help dissipate extra heat better than traditional aluminum. The unit is vented on all sides to prevent overheating that can harm plants. This is especially important for germinating seeds and sensitive plants.

The LED light unit may be hung with a hook, wire, or simply propped up on its handle on a flat surface. You can easily adjust the height of the unit to provide maximum light for fruiting plants, or less light for germinating seeds. The full spectrum is ideal for all stages of plant development, from germination to flowering.

In the long run, LED lights are more energy efficient and cost effective than old fluorescent or incandescent lights. The bulbs themselves last many times longer than old-fashioned bulbs. SANSI has been an innovator in LED technology for 24 years. Their LED lights also have a convenient on/off switch on the cord, a 5-year warranty, an unconditional 30-day replacement or refund policy, and free lifetime support. Additionally, the 70W grow light is IP66 waterproof, meaning it won’t be affected if water hits the light while plants are being irrigated. The case of this particular light is hollow-out, or well vented to allow good airflow. You can purchase a SANSI LED unit from the website or conveniently through Amazon and many other retail outlets – Use the coupon code: LOVEGARDEN to get 22% off.

Don’t let winter stop your horticultural activities. Choose SANSI LED indoor plant lights and keep enjoying your lush houseplants and the beauty they provide.

The above article was sponsored by SANSI. The information contained in this article may contain ads or advertorial opinions.
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    Douglas Freund
    Comment added October 20, 2019Reply

    I've been seeing lots of strange looking snakes in my back yard where I have growing going on. They are getting bigger too as the summers keep on getting warmer and lasting longer. I got bit by 1 and my leg is still stiff. I'm cutting all the raspberries down because that's where I got bit and there are lots of holes where snakes might be in them.

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