There are some really good LED grow lights on the market. And, there are some dreadful LED grow lights out there, as well. We want everyone to aim high with their LED grow lights by opting for the best LED grow lights available. As a good rule to follow, if nobody has heard of a particular grow light system before, then it is buyer beware. So, we’ll only address the best LED grow lights. And in particular, we’ll cover why these best LED grow lights should move on light movers.
Grow equipment superstars
First, is it time for LED grow lights? Absolutely yes, and that’s for many grow light system reasons. These grow equipment superstars are energy efficient while being powerfully intense at the same time. Yes, LED grow light systems can cost quite a bit. But, they deliver on performance and they can give great results. And as an important detail, LED grow lights have a strong and focused indoor grow light footprint. This focused intensity has pros and cons. But, we are going to turn that intense indoor grow light focused beam into a couple of positives all at once. And, these two grow equipment positives mentioned below are the first two reasons that the best LED grow lights should move on light movers.
Each and every leaf at just the perfect indoor plant light time
When we move our LED grow light system along a LightRail light mover rail, we see this. We get that focused grow light pattern to penetrate to more leaf area. So, instead of a spotlight of LED grow light intensity on one highly defined canopy area, we have more leaf area involved. We have that grow light intensity moving maybe a meter (3’3”) and just enough to reach and interact with more of the leaves in total. With more of the indoor plant grow lights reaching more leaf surfaces, we get much better results for growth and yield. Plus, a side benefit to our grow light systems is we get rid of that zoned spotlight of light overkill. And, we get rid of the shadow patterns. So, we have more leaf area getting quality grow light intensity and at just the correct amount of time per leaf.
Our best LED grow lights should move and it’s a PAR thing
Another reason our best LED grow lights should move is we can now get closer. And, that simple change gives us maximum PAR right to the canopy. If our LED grow light were stationary, we would have to keep a distance. That would be an issue because grow light spectrum usefulness diminished geometrically the farther away the grow light system is placed. At just several feet, we might as well have bought the dreadful LED grow lights because we would have turned quality grow lights into bad grow lights. No, let’s not do that. So instead, we can move our grow light systems with LightRail light movers. This way, we get closer and get all that quality LED grow light interaction up close and to more leaf area.
Getting our grow light system to do more
Closer, therefore better, grow light interaction that also reaches more leaf area is the one-two advantage of grow light movers. And, we can do this with LightRail 3.5 Kits, LightRail 4.0 Kits or LightRail 4.20 Kits. But, there is a third point to make for grow light movers and that is this. We can offset the higher costs of quality LED grow lights by having each of these indoor grow lights cover more area. And that equals about 30% more area per grow light. In other words, we are now getting our grow light system to do more. We are maximizing an efficient LED grow light system to a whole new level. That’s significant.
Closer, better and more
Our best LED grow lights should move because we are getting closer, better coverage and to more leaf area. And, that all goes towards results, specifically faster growth and much better yields. But just as importantly, we are efficiently maximizing each LED grow light purchased. And, that’s by getting each grow light system to cover about 30% more area. So, it’s a triple win of closer, better and more. The best LED grow lights should move and we have three strong reasons covering the why of it.
Photo courtesy of Black Dog LED as part of a University study with LightRail light movers