Test of 3 “different” LED växtlampor

Keep agree that this with växtljus is a jungle! Lighting for growing, lighting for ornamental plants, lighting for wintering.

What is the difference? When asked why there are so many different lights to get to the answer that they are specially adapted for particular farming, wintering, etc. OK what do I do well to buy into 3 different lights suitable for cultivation, wintering, and ornamental plants and test to see what the difference is about to grow during all these 3 lights that everyone should be available for a specific function.

Yes, in principle there is no difference at all for the plants, It grows equally well in all 3 the lights. The only difference is how we humans perceive light and if it is important to buy the lamp which you think gives the most pleasant light brightly for you for plants care not.

All 3 the bulbs contain white light as a base since it has been set to red and blue LEDs in various combinations.

When it comes to how well the lights are, they are quite ok to highlight their little ones with or
1 till 2 some larger plants. To a 20 watt lamp would be able to shed light on the 1 square metres
with good growth results (It says so in the description) is not true.

PS. Should you buy växtljus so was skeptical and inquisitive don't believe everything that is said and written. Many times do not know they are selling växtljus something about växtljus sorry!

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12 Responses to Test of 3 “different” LED växtlampor

  1. Patrik says:

    Illumination energy from the Sun in Sweden is well over 500W per m2 most days I suspect depending on weather, It is in the judgment in the areas you should consider when looking for a lamp? Feels very true, But what effect does per m2 do you think?

    • Stig Häggkvist says:

      100W m 2 is a good benchmark to be bailing on so of course is even better but 100W 200W m2 is enough good for pulling up chiliplantor

  2. Nils says:

    Hi! Thanks for the great site! In a YouTube video showed a led with directed light to put at the top of a window. Perfect for when you grow in the apartment I think, but can't find any such lamp when I Google. Do you know what it is called or where I can find the?

  3. Kalle says:

    These lamps where the coated with ban on sales by the Swedish National Electrical Safety Board, does anyone know if it is lifted?
    Makes you wonder how it is with the quality of other?

  4. Nick says:

    Own self 4 pieces of these lights (grow version, 10w). Works great for my 3 plants and they have grown crazy much. Recommend these highly!

  5. Helena says:

    I just thought click Home such a Primula Grow 10W. I have my seedings in two large southern window and thought mainly to have this plant lamp in one of the Windows of tomato, Peppers- and broccoliplantorna as additional lighting when no sun is shining/insufficient. And then use the same lamp to winter lemon tree in the garage. It sounds reasonably think you? Or is there a better/cheaper alternative to this?

    To say that my eyes are also very sensitive to bright light.. Therefore, do not feel hungry for a strong white fluorescent lamp in the living room.
    Thought that this lamp is better..

  6. Carina Andersson says:

    Living in northern Sweden and would like to extend the season indoors, fr om the middle of September, for some of the fine tomato plants that now stand in the greenhouse. Thinking that they may move into the kitchen, which plant lighting do you recommend for maximum tomato harvest? Does it work with Primula grow 20w or lightwave 4 x 24w?

    Best wishes,.

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