When utilizing LEDs as sole-source lighting, one of the most important decisions is to determine the light spectrum to obtain the desired plant responses. The spectrum for LEDs is determined by the number and different colors (wavelengths) of the LEDs.
LEDs have the potential to regulate plant branching, plant height, and flowering time. Thus, customized light spectrums have the ability to regulate a wide range of plant processes—including germination, extension growth, branching, and flowering—depending on the ratio lighting to crops. The sun emits a full spectrum of lighting. LEDs can be customized for plants grown indoors. These plants aren’t surprisingly different from those grown with sunlight.
As you adjust the proportion of LED lighting, stem length, leaf area, and crop production increases. In addition, the flowering of some long-day plants is accelerated when you combine the right type of lighting spectrums. Thus, the absence of proper lighting in the light spectrum can suppress shoot growth and delay crop development in some crops.
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