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  • Spectra FSG

    FSG Spectra, also known as a full spectra, offers photon emission across the PAR 400-700nm continuous wavelength range. The overall color temperature is controlled at natural white 4000K. With high blue and red, this tuneful spectra is highly recommended to most vegetables and crops and could cover the whole growing cycle.
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  • Spectra FSM

    FSM Spectra is a full spectra with high red at 660nm which could highly encourage stem growth, flowering and fruit production, and chlorophyll production while retains a good performance on vegetative stage with 450nm blue. The overall color temperature is 3200K. FSM spectra is efficient for rapid growing of cannabis’ full phase.
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  • Spectra FSMUV

    FSMUV is a full spectra for flowering stage with peak of 400nm ultraviolet radiation. Studies show that THC content can be increased in cannabis plants if UV is operated properly.UV supplementation not only stimulates biomass production in controlled environments, but also enhances secondary metabolite accumulation.
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  • Spectra UV

    Research shows small amounts of UV light can have beneficial effects on color, nutritional value, taste and aroma. And environmental stress, fungus and pests can also be reduced using controlled amounts of UV. UV spectra is usually applied to supplementary bars to optimize full spectrum.
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  • Spectra B

    Blue light with peak of 450nm fits with the absorption peak of chlorophylls, which is crucial for photosynthesis to produce sugars and carbon. In some leafy greens crops such as lettuce, blue also increases the production of healthful compounds such as antioxidants and some vitamins.
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  • Spectra R

    Red light is among the most effective wavebands at stimulating photosynthesis and promoting plant biomass growth. It sits in the peaks in chlorophyll absorption. Red light wavelengths around 660nm encourage stem, leaf, and general vegetative growth. A balanced pairing with blue light is necessary.
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  • Spectra FR

    Far-red is very useful to promote flowering, and in certain plants,increase fruit yield. In short-day plants like Cannabis, which rely on longer periods of darkness, 730nm can be used at the end of a light cycle to promote flowering. Many growers are experimenting with interrupting the dark cycle with bursts of red light to boost growth and flowering.
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