How To Use The Plant Lamp
1、 Product concept introduction: the main features of this product are to imitate the solar spectral wavelength, so as to achieve the effect of plant supplement sunlight at night. According to the different use methods, it can achieve different effects, such as anti seasonal growth of Pitaya (if the sunshine is long enough, it can blossom in the season of insufficient sunshine), and inhibit the growth of Chrysanthemum (the longer the sunshine, the slower the chrysanthemum blossom).
2、 Instructions: this lamp is designed to prolong the sunshine effect at night. Therefore, it is necessary to understand the light characteristics of the plants to be irradiated. Two plants mentioned in this paper: pitaya and chrysanthemum, according to the different plant characteristics, two opposite results can be obtained, such as anti seasonal growth (increasing yield) and inhibiting growth (inhibiting flower bud flowering). Therefore, it is necessary to know before using If you don't know the characteristics of planting plants, you should consult local farmers and agricultural experts before lighting.
3、 Lighting suggestions: the planting density and height of each plant are different, and the principle is that all plants are evenly illuminated. The following is an example of Pitaya. If you want to irradiate pitaya, it should be hung between two fruit trees with an interval of 1m-1.5m (considering the planting distance of fruit trees). According to farmers' own experience and understanding of planting varieties, the method and sunshine length of each house are also different. It is necessary to know whether the characteristics of plants after being exposed to light are consistent According to the required sunshine intensity, the lighting position and lighting time are planned. The following is a description of the lighting position and time length: why is the lighting position important? Take the Pitaya experiment as an example, if the left half of the fruit of the same plant is illuminated and the right half is not illuminated, the left half will blossom in the non production period, and the right half will not bloom if the right half is not illuminated. Therefore, it is particularly important that every part of the plant is illuminated, not only a part of the plant, but also the whole plant. Why does the length of lighting time matter? Take pitaya as an example. The price of Pitaya is the highest during the Spring Festival. In order to achieve this goal, we should pay attention to the sunshine length in the daytime and the expected harvest date, and timely adjust the illumination time at night. Otherwise, more light will bloom earlier, less light will exceed the expected flowering date, which is not in line with the expected economic effect.