PHOTOBIO incorporates cutting edge photobiology science into high-performance fixture designs that uniformly distribute photons to your plant canopy thanks to proprietary photon regulating optics. The various high-efficiency spectra employed in PHOTOBIO ﬁxtures have been trialed extensively to elicit speciﬁc photomorphogenic responses in your crop.
S1 Spectrum: Developed for businesses that are heavily focused on flower production for the eventual extraction of pharmaceutical grade concentrates. Provides UV and Far Red outside of the PAR range. UV is responsible for increased terpene content, pest and pathogen resistance, and color expression. Far Red light is responsible for increased leaf size, which contributes to driving other processes in the plant. More leaf surface area increases photosynthesis, which in turn increases flower and fruit biomass.
S4 Spectrum: Provides highly efficient full spectrum with a healthy red-to-blue ratio to drive photosynthesis. Light energy between 500–599nm, previously thought wasted, penetrates deeper into the plant canopy promoting photomorphogenic responses. High color rendering “white” light aids to rapidly identify potential threats to your crop and provides superior working conditions and safety for personnel. Ideal for both flowering and vegetative production.
S7 Spectrum: Converts electrical power consumption at the highest possible rate to drive photosynthetic processes in your crop. Intended for greenhouse use only where the high-efficiency spectrum is supplemented by natural sunlight. Special order only.
VE Spectrum: Vegetative-centric spectrum has been extensively trialed on over 300 plant varieties. Over 100,000 VE Spectrum units currently employed worldwide producing thousands of pounds of fresh produce every day. Perfect for vertical farms and vegetative stages of plant cycle.
TC Spectrum: This tissue culture spectrum is fine-tuned for rapid cell division. Typically employed in low wattage fixtures, the TC spectrum provides ideal proportions of red and blue light while having a “white” appearance.
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