White and color LEDs optimized for horticulture lighting

Cree’s bright advantage in horticulture lighting ables lighting manufacturers to best achieve the benefits that LEDs bring to horticulture.

In indoor urban or vertical farms where crops such as tomatoes and lettuce grow, LED lighting has increased production while decreasing power consumption. For many forward-thinking growers, LED lighting has proven to be the best source for indoor operations. Horticulture LED systems combined with spectral science have revealed incredible effects, including using light to speed growth and produce more marketable crops, and changing the wavelength of light to alter the flavor of foods.


 


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