What can you grow with LED lights? Plant list Under Led grow Light
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What can you grow with LED lights? Plant list Under Led grow Light

Well come to this article here You will learn what can you grow with led grow lights.At first I will give you the list of plants that we can grow with led grow light indoors.

list of plants grow with led lights

01. Lettuce

02. Spinach

03. Basil

04. Radish

05. Tomatoes

06. Peppers

07. Egg Plants

08. Carrots

09. Squash

10. Zucchini

11. Cucumbers

12. Melons

10. lemon balm

11. Cilantro

12. Rosemary,

13. Oregano,

14. Mint

15.chives

16. Chrysanthemums,

17. Begonias,

18. Azaleas

19. Marigolds

20. African violets

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Greenhouse construction is booming due to consumer demand for pesticide-free produce and locally raised flowers. Production of many plants is accelerated by the proper use of LED lights. But what can you grow with LED lights?

Lettuce grows particularly well under red LEDs, though leafy green plants like spinach can be raised under blue LEDs. Red and blue LEDs fuel the growth of basil, radishes and chives. Tomatoes have a long track record of being grown under LEDs. LED tower grow lights give you the same yield as if you were using high pressure sodium grow lights when raising tomatoes. Because LED lights are cooler, you can put plants much closer together under the lamp, increasing your yield per square foot.

LED lights are perfect for seed starting. You can give your summer outdoor vegetable garden a head start by planting the seedlings and tubers in a greenhouse, bathed in LED lights. Peppers and tomatoes are well-suited to being raised in a greenhouse before being moved outside.

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plant grows with led grow light infograph

Peppers should be given eight to ten weeks under LED grow lights before being transplanted outside, and they can be raised under LED lights to maturity as well. Tomatoes, tomatillos and eggplants can be raised under LED lights for up to eight weeks before moving them out to your garden; if you’re growing them entirely indoors, they’ll require mostly red light but need some blue light for healthy growth.

Root vegetables like carrots and radishes don’t do well if transplanted from a greenhouse to outdoor soil. Squash, zucchini, cucumbers and melons can be started under LED lights for two weeks before the weather allows you to plant them outside. In all of these cases, the plants should be under very bright LED grow lights as soon as they’ve sprouted. Make certain the plants aren’t shading each other.

You can start your herbs under LED lights. Annual herbs like basil, lemon balm and cilantro can be started as seedlings indoors before planting them outside. You can germinate parsley inside if you break the seed’s hard coat first by soaking it in cool water.

Flowers for commercial sale are regularly raised under artificial lights. For example, you can grow orchids under LED grow lights. The right amount of light depends on the type of flowers you’re growing. Chrysanthemums, begonias, and azaleas should receive a little under twelve hours of light. Garden flowers like marigolds and African violets need fourteen to eighteen hours under LED lights. Leafy houseplants benefit most from blue LED lights.

If you’re trying to grow foliage plants like ivy or philodendron, they can be raised under LED lights. These plants are used to shade, so they can be as far as three feet away from the LED bulbs.

Herbs are commonly raised under LED grow lights. An indoor herb garden bathed in LED light can include basil, rosemary, oregano, mint and chives. Just make sure you select varieties that won’t grow so tall that they’ll hit the grow light. Mint and chives in particular are ideally suited to this because they aren’t as particular on either light conditions or humidity.

Plants like marjoram are harder to raise entirely under lights, but you could grow them in pots outside in the summer and then fuel their growth further under LED grow lights in the winter.