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    Vegetables & Fruits

    High wire vegetables, leafy vegetables, herbs and soft fruits

     

    Get on the fast-track to improved growth. Philips LED grow lights complement natural light, supplying the spectrum and intensity that greenhouse food crops need without adding extra heat.

     

    Finely-tuned light recipes stabilize and improve plant quality, increasing your yield even during winter months. Energy-efficient lamps will effectively reduce your electrical system load and running cost.

    The color is much deeper, darker, richer with LEDs. The taste is better with LEDs.”


    John Bonner

    Great Lakes Grower

    Products

    Philips GreenPower LED toplighting linear

    Philips GreenPower LED toplighting linear

    The Philips toplighting linear grow light is a supplemental light solution that enables year-round growing in greenhouse and indoor grow operations.
    Philips GreenPower LED toplighting compact

    Philips GreenPower LED toplighting compact

    For your light-loving crops, the Philips LED toplighting compact is a UL/CSA-approved grow light that delivers high light levels in growth-stimulating spectrum.
    Philips GreenPower LED interlighting module

    Philips GreenPower LED interlighting

    The interlighting module is a bi-directional lighting module for interlighting in between tall plants e.g. tomatoes.

     

    Why choose LED over HPS?

    Control heat and light separately

    High levels of radiant heat can stress or even burn the plants. With LED lighting you can control heat and light separately. You can apply higher levels of light to plants with 67% less radiant heat than HPS lighting. A lower crop temperature means you will have to raise the ambient temperature in your greenhouse and manage the related change in humidity.

    More light, less radiant heat

    One important aspect is understanding how to grow your crops with LED lighting. When comparing the energy balance of LED lighting versus HPS lighting, the conversion of electricity into light and heat is different. Using the same amount of energy, LED-modules deliver more light and less radiant heat. This does call for new growth strategies for high-wire crops.
    Comparing the energy balance of LED lighting versus HPS lighting

    Proven Recipe for Growth

    Gull Valley Proven Recipe for Growth

    Gull Valley Greenhouses

     

    Phil Tiemstra was previously unable to offer a plentiful supply of freshly harvested tomatoes through the dark months of winter. With the installation of a 100% LED solution, Gull Valley is now producing Beefsteak, Cherry, and TOVs all year round.

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      3 reasons why intercanopy lighting is effective for high-wire vegetables

      3 reasons why LED intercanopy grow lights are effective for growing high-wire vegetables based on several growth trials since 2008.

    • Switching to LED means more than just switching on the light

      Switching to LED means more than just switching on the light

      LEDs are part of a new system that gives access to new capabilities, such as climate fine-tuning, saving energy and slides with plant data.

    • Combining HPS and LED lights for higher tomato yields and longer illumination periods

      Combining HPS and LED lights for higher tomato yields and longer illumination periods

      Results from Signify’s Tomato Hybrid Lighting project with Delphy Improvement Centre show potential for higher yields.

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