Things to consider before buying:
You absolutely need to ensure that you have an idea of the amount of space you want to cover with your LED lights. Each light has a maximum range of space that it can cover, and it’ll be important to understand the measurements of your grow space down to the centimeter. If you currently do not know what that is, you should find out now. After that is done, make sure you read reviews and feedback from others on the actual space that the LED light can cover (sometimes, products are not as advertised… shocking, I know).
This will be important as the higher-quality lights typically yield the best results. If you are a beginner, you will likely want to start with a lower priced option to get your feet feet wet. If you are more experienced, it never hurts to go with the quality, higher-priced option. In addition, brand and quality of the light is very important.
A full spectrum LED grow light will go a long way in terms of helping your plant growth.
Your LED lights will need to have durability and great electrical efficiency as well. A good LED light should be operating for at least 10-12 hours a day. When researching a good LED light, you’ll need to thoroughly understand what the total output is (1000w, 400w, 300w etc). The higher you go, the more powerful and more likely leads to less electrical usage (and more cost effective for you).
Depending on the stage, you’ll want to ensure that your plants receive the proper amount of lighting (down to the exact hour).
We reviewed hundreds of LED grow lights available on the market as of November 2020 and write this simple artical to help you pick the highest yielding LED grow light.
Finding LED grow light for your indoor garden can be quite a tricky task, and that is why we have this post for you where you will find all the right answers!