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With the development of society, people pay more and more attention to food safety. For this purpose, we designed this professional Food Processing Light with industry-authoritative NSF certificate.
- IP69K + Nano-coating: No water/steam/dust ingress, comprehensive protection
- NSF/LFGB/CE/ROHS certificates: No toxic chemicals, safety guaranteed
- 160 Lm/W + Super loop design: Energy saving; Anti-glare, comfortable lighting
Leafy Green LEDs
Leafy Greens is an encompassing term that applies to a variety of plants, including lettuce, microgreens, herbs, and specialty leafy vegetables. Leafy greens prefer cooler temperatures, making them a fall and winter crop. However, natural solar radiation is not optimal during these seasons resulting in longer production times. In addition to longer production, plants may become elongated and anthocyanins levels reduced. Without adequate light, growth related issues can become compounded.
Vine Crops are some of the most prolific greenhouse produced crops in the world with the top three being tomatoes, cucumbers, and sweet peppers. Supplemental lighting is crucial for vine crop growers due to the high light needs of their crops.
The floriculture industry encompasses a wide variety of planting styles from bedding, to potted and cut flowers. Lighting needs to vary based on species and production styles. However light remains an integral growth variable in production. Low light conditions result in poor quality plants that show an increase in blindness, stretching and have smaller flowers with thinner stems. If plants are grown at excessively high light levels, leaf orientation will change to avoid the light and the plants may also develop “sunburn”.