Tower Garden Vertical Garden Grow Lights
Winter and gardening don’t pair together well – at least not traditionally.
But gardening with an aeroponic vertical garden isn’t exactly traditional. After all, it produces plants almost automatically, without soil.
Introducing LED Grow Lights for Vertical Gardens
LED Grow Lights (pictured on right in the photograph above) have been introduced to use on your aeroponic vertical garden. Besides helping you to grow your own fresh, nutrient-rich healthy food year-round, this sleek system allows you to:
- Reduce energy costs. LED bulbs save up to 40 percent more energy and last to to 50,000 hours.
- Install and use with ease. With only six pieces and a single power cable, the lighting system is self-contained and simple to set up – No Support Cage Necessary.
- Adjust light position as needed. Flexible arm allow you to move lamps to effortlessly harvest, clean, and provide plants with adequate light, whether they’re tiny seedlings or large, mature plants.
Though these grow lights are new, the best practices of indoor gardening such as providing 14 – 16 hours of light, pruning plants to improve air circulation still apply.
Tim Blank, the inventor this aeroponic vertical gardening system speaks about the new LED grow lights.
This video shows you how to install your LED Lights
How to Use Grow Lights To Start Your Vertical Garden Early
Though certain types of LED grow lights are designed to encourage flowering and fruit development, these LED grow lights are best for growing leafy greens and herbs.
That means if you grow crops such as tomatoes, peppers, or squash, for example, indoors you’ll get lots of lush green foliage, but few flowers and in many cases no fruit. This is because there are no bees inside to pollinate the flower buds. You can pollinate by hand. Tap here to learn how.
However if you live somewhere with a short growing season, such as Maine or Canada, or if you simply want to to maximize your yields this spring and summer.
Well, if you start your warm season crops indoors during the late winter, you’ll have robust, well-established plants by April or May. So when you move them outside you’ll enjoy harvests much earlier than if you had waited until spring to germinate seeds – thereby increasing your yields overall.
Of course, you could also just stick to leafy greens and herbs, which grow wonderfully indoors year-round with LED’s. It is up to you!
Succeed with LED Grow Lights for Vertical Gardens!
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