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How Are White Tips Formed on Cannabis Buds?

When Washington state cannabis producer Vashon Velvet’s Susan Gress began using LED lights to grow cannabis, she noticed that white tips began sporadically appearing in her garden. Confused, Gress had a few visitors come to the property and take a look at her grow. The first visitor, Bob Montoya, is a photographer who works with NW… Continue reading How Are White Tips Formed on Cannabis Buds?

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The Latest Grower’s Corner – Show Us the Goods!

We wanted to take a moment to show off some of the “goods” that have been submitted by our very own customers happily enjoying their LED grow lights from California LightWorks! Without further ado, we invite you to take a look at their impressive grow set ups*. Simple, but effective set up using our latest… Continue reading The Latest Grower’s Corner – Show Us the Goods!

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Programming Your New SolarSystem 550 Controller!

Since its release, our brand new SolarSystem 550 LED grow lights have gained much praise within the community, most notably for its highly advanced controller in maximizing your entire grow operation. Let’s take a further look in to this high-tech controller. Key Features of Our SolarSystem  Before we list the amazing benefits and features of… Continue reading Programming Your New SolarSystem 550 Controller!

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HID vs. LED Grow Light Comparison

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Since their invention in the early 1700s, High Intensity Discharge (HID) lights have become the dominant technology in horticultural lighting. These lights put out huge amounts of light and their spectrum is close enough to the sun to be effective in plant growth. This is the leading technology in indoor horticulture today but there is… Continue reading HID vs. LED Grow Light Comparison

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The Grower’s Corner – Introducing “Lady Dank” and Her SolarStorm 220

One of the many things that’s truly rewarding for us as a company is seeing the results through the images and previews our customers send to us. Every single time we receive an image of a display or picture of a nice grow, we feel truly fulfilled and honored to be a part of your… Continue reading The Grower’s Corner – Introducing “Lady Dank” and Her SolarStorm 220

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The Hot Debate: Fluorescent vs. LED Grow Lights?

One of the hottest topics currently in the horticultural DIY lighting industry is Fluorescent vs LED grow lights for my grow operation? Great question. Being manufacturers of LED grow lights, obviously we’re going to be in favor of LED grow lights. But we want to preface our argument with the fact that we still utilize… Continue reading The Hot Debate: Fluorescent vs. LED Grow Lights?

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Grower’s 2 lb High-Quality Flower LED Yield Rivals A 1000 Watt HPS Yield

While commercial LED grow lights are gaining wide-spread popularity in the Cannabis cultivation community due to their high efficiency, lower heat emission, spectral precision, and low maintenance, there is still wide-spread skepticism throughout the community as to whether LED’s, (at roughly 60-70% of the power usage of HPS) can get comparable yields to those achieved… Continue reading Grower’s 2 lb High-Quality Flower LED Yield Rivals A 1000 Watt HPS Yield

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Tips & Tricks: Best Practices for Growing with LEDs

How and Where to Position My Lighting Lighting is one of the most important factors in indoor horticulture.  Optimal light level for flowering is somewhere between 750 and 1,000 µMoles/m2/s (PPFD).  Make sure that the light from your fixture is providing this optimal level of light as evenly as possible throughout your canopy.  This is… Continue reading Tips & Tricks: Best Practices for Growing with LEDs

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How and Where to Position My Lighting

Lighting is one of the most important factors in indoor horticulture. Continue reading

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