Angle Adjustable Greenhouse LED Grow Light Butterfly Series 320 Watt 832μMol / S
|Place of Origin:||China|
Payment & Shipping Terms:
|Minimum Order Quantity:||To be negotiated|
|Price:||To be negotiated|
|Payment Terms:||L/C, T/T, Western Union|
|Supply Ability:||30000pcs per month|
|Beam Angle:||120°||Max. Ambient Temperature:||95°F / 35°C|
|Mounting Height:||8”– 18”(20cm~60cm) Above Canopy||Average Lifespan Ta25℃:||Q90：>50000hrs|
Multipurpose indoor grow light for vegetables,
8 watt indoor grow light for vegetables,
8 watt veg led grow light
WHAT IS THE CURRENT STATE OF AGRICULTURE?
Before discussing the future of agriculture, it’s essential to understand the current state of farming and the challenges the world will have to meet. The COVID-19 pandemic has shone a light on the vulnerabilities facing the industry. Quarantines, disruptions to supply chains, and border closures have limited access to many foods countries rely on. Food insecurity has been an unfortunate side effect of the pandemic.
Controller supported, daisy chain controlling, up to 60 grow lights can be controlled by a controller.
5 years warranty, Users can avoid the worries of quality problems when using
Vertical farm lighting products containing infrared,
|AC Input Voltage||120-277V/277-480V AC Auto Recognition, 50/60Hz|
How much space do you have or need?
One of the perks of vertical farming is that growing racks allow you to make very efficient use of very little space. We’ve seen smart vertical farming setups make growing in the middle of a crowded city or a small complex attainable. However, what may seem like the smallest factors (like fixture mounting heights) have the potential to impact your farm’s viability. That’s why working with trusted partners like Current is critical to your success: we can get you started on the right path with a free light plan, amongst other things.
What can be grown in vertical farms?
Corn, okra, Brussels sprouts, and sunflowers are ideal candidates for vertical farming. They naturally grow vertically and do not need any support. In fact, these tall plants can themselves serve as a support system for lightweight vines. Greens like lettuce, kale, and basil also have a place in your vertical garden.