what color light do plants grow best in?

what color light do plants grow best in?


Red light (wavelength 610-680nm) combined with certain blue light (wavelength 420-470nm) has the best photosynthesis effect and can best promote the growth of plants.

Blue light maximizes the absorption ratio of chlorophyll and carotenoids and has the greatest impact on photosynthesis.

Red light makes the absorption rate of chlorophyll high, which has a significant influence on photosynthesis and photoperiod effect.

Red light controls the photoperiod and the rhythm of flowering, and mainly helps plants produce carbohydrates, which makes plants grow taller and leaves grow bigger. The appropriate blue light makes plants grow more symmetrical and healthier, and improves the quality of plant output.

The plant growth light is to simulate the principle that plants need sunlight for photosynthesis. Through different spectrum and light intensity combinations, especially according to the type of crops, different ratios of red and blue are carried out to effectively supplement natural light, stabilize and improve the quality and quality of plants. Yield enables producers to increase profits, and scientifically designed light-emitting angles and light positions enable plants to maximize the use of light.

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