Ppfd is recommended for flowering. It produces good light that helps them sprout. I also have zucchini that is full of blooms.
It is so bright, but i think my cactus is liking it. It just amazes me how far lighting technology has come. At 6,000 lumens this light puts out about the same as 4-100 watt bulbs.
I also appreciate that it doesn't shine purple like so many plant light brands do.
This is a decent ultra-thin grow light with stepless dimming that can fit on those ikea cubic bookshelves. It has a dimmer switch on the cord and easy to adjust.
Light is very bright, and is dimable down to barely on with the included dimmer in the cord. It is not waterproof, however. Keeping your plants under this is equivalent to keeping them in the dark because it doesn't provide spectrum that plants can us... Read More
The bare aluminum back helpfully says do not touch when in operation. Put the unit down to inspect. There is perhaps a chance that i received a unit that was defective and shorting out.
I am on my third batch of seedlings and they have all grown great! Leaves are so much healthier. The timer allows the seedlings to obtain the correct amount of light.
Product is a good, affordable investment and extremely useful. I like all of the light features (there’s a multitude), and they work perfectly.
While initially affordable, it's no longer affordable when they require replacement every 60-90 days. When plugged in, none of the * respond. The cord is ultra short you'll definitely need an extension cord.
The graphic illustration on the web page suggests the lamp will flood your plants with bright light, - not even close! Just don't waste your money, there's a light on amazon that has two small round lights and it clips on.
After getting into contact with the vendor. Do not buy. They provide a website that doesn't exist. Don't waste your money on this one.