Now the seedlings grown under different light sources a number of weeks, and now you can actually see some differences.
At first the image so it's chili “Naga Morich” the left plant is in the joint 8:1 therefore a lighting with very red light. The right plant in the picture has been placed under fluorescent lights with color 965 and 840. You can see a difference in both growth and color, the under Part is smaller and paler.
At picture no 2 It is chili “7 Pod Brain Strain” the left plant is in the joint 8:1 therefore a lighting with very red light. The right has been placed under fluorescent lights with color 965. This is the same result here, the under fluorescent lights have evolved faster and greener in color.
What is due? Fluorescent tubes produce more blue light than Led lighting, the blue light promotes both chlorophyll formation (green color) and width growth. Fluorescent lamp emits infrared radiation (IR, heat radiation), Infrared radiation from fluorescent tubes affects plants by increasing leaf temperature and thereby increase the evaporation. Low leaf temperatures result in slower development of plants. Led lights emit very little to close again at all of the infrared radiation. This would of course be able to compensate by raising the temperature in the room but then disagree argument “energy saving” I will return to later in a new post.
The lights that I use for equal Watts power for them to be fair, they are also the same distance away from plants.
So far, it is no doubt that the correct fluorescent lighting at uppdrivning of chiliplantor works at least as well if not better than Led lighting for plants with the relationship 8:1 Arguments claiming that Led 8:1 would be more efficient and better for uppdrivning of chilli I do not believe in.
Do you have any other experience that proves the opposite of what I have so far come up with so please comment my posts.