Light Movers Equal Faster Plant Growth

Light movers equal faster plant growth and significant yield increases from this grow light system.

Light movers equal faster plant growth for our indoor grow system.

We know that yields increase just with that change of using grow light movers. But what about growth rates for our indoor grow setups? Does indoor plant light moved on grow light movers equal faster plant growth? The short answer is yes. Specifically, grow light movers as part of grow light setups provide significant growth rate increases. So yes, light movers equal faster plant growth. But, grow light movers do something else, as well.

Light movers equal faster plant growth and more nodes

While we are seeing faster growth in our indoor grow system, we are also seeing more nodes developing. And, we are seeing sturdier, healthier plants. That simple change of moving our indoor grow lights on LightRail light movers, as an example, does this. When our grow lamps move along the light mover rail, we have multiple changes in the veg or growth phase. And, these positive changes are happening all at once in our indoor grow setups. So, light movers equal faster plant growth along with incremental increases in the number of nodes.

It’s getting us ready for significant yield increases

And, light movers equal faster plant growth along with daily increases in the stalk and branch thickness. That’s all part of the general health of the plants. And, it gives us a clue to the effectiveness of our grow light system. In other words, the speed of the veg phase resulting from moving our grow lamps along the light mover rail is getting us ready for the following. It’s getting us ready for significant yield increases. And that’s absolutely tied to our very effective grow light system moving with grow light movers.

Now it is yield per square foot, per month

Light movers equal faster plant growth, but why should we care about this detail? The answer to that is we would be fools not to care. We simply want our indoor grow system to be as efficient as possible. So, maximized indoor plant light gets us faster results. Here is a good way to look at our indoor grow setups. Before, we thought of it as yield per light. And then, it was yield per square foot and now it is yield per square foot, per month. Efficiency with our indoor grow lights and their performance will get us there. So, light movers equal faster plant growth and that’s how we get to maximum yield per square foot, per month. It’s a purely business point of view with quick, maximized returns.

We are basically duplicating how the sun works

How do grow light movers work to give us faster growth rates and increased yield? And, how do LightRail light movers work specifically to give us faster growth for our grow light system? And at the same time, how do LightRail light movers increase the number of nodes? The simplest way to explain this indoor grow lights variable is this way. We are basically duplicating how the sun works when we move our indoor grow lights. And, this is the case whether we use a LightRail 3.5 Kit, a LightRail 4.0 Kit or a LightRail 4.20 Kit.

Indoor plant light to more of those leaves and at just the right amount of time

The sun comes in at angles and that’s the way our indoor plant light works when it moves along the light mover rail. In other words, we are duplicating nature by getting more grow lamp interaction to more of the leaves. And, this very important indoor grow system variable happens to more of those leaves and at just the right amount of time. Each leaf getting the best indoor plant light intermittently is called Leaf Area Index, an important detail for indoor grow setups. And that is huge in getting the best performance out of the grow lamps of our indoor grow system.

A moving grow lamp means we have no hot spots

Another way this works is we can get your indoor grow lights closer to plants when the lights are moving along the light mover rail. And, a moving grow lamp means we have no hot spots. So, we can get our indoor plant light closer for maximum PAR right to the canopy. And, that’s an example of getting Inverse Square Law to work for our grow lamp setup. Inverse Square Law states that light diminish geometrically the farther away it is positioned.

Light movers give us a two part effect

Closer grow lamp interaction for maximum PAR and ppfd while getting the grow lamp to reach more of the leaves is a two part effect. So yes, light movers equal faster plant growth for our indoor grow setups. By using grow light movers as part of our grow light system, it gives us the growth speed we need. And, that simple change can make all the difference for maximizing our grow light setups.

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