Nanashi Evolutio Ultraviolet LED Grow Light Bars


Wattage: 30 Watt 60cm UVA (390nm)
Sale price$159.90

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Nanashi Evolutio Ultraviolet LED Grow Light Bars

Nanashi Evolutio Ultraviolet LED Bars offers a Light Spectrum addition for growers who are looking to improve their crop’s quality through UV output inclusion during the Flowering grow stage. 

 The benefits of UV Supplementation include:

Faster Photosynthesis: Research has indicated that UV-A light can improve the speed of photosynthesis and therefore result in higher plant growth. One study revealed a 12% increase while another discovered an increase in leaf size, dry weight, and potential growth. Providing the full spectrum of light, including UV light, to your plants can lead to larger yields.


Increased Resin Production: UV light stimulations boost resin production, aiding in the upsurge of flavonoids and terpenes in your crops. Flavonoids give certain plants their vivid hues, and terpenes render taste and fragrance. UV waves induce secretion of resin from plants, a coating of resin offering them protection against water loss, pathogens, and other threats like fungi.

Increased Flavor & Aroma: Resin secretion leads to heightened flavonoids and terpenes, resulting in a more fragrant and improved tasting yield at harvest. UV radiation encourages resin production, unlocking a fuller flavor.

Increased Resistance Against Pests: Ultraviolet light will raise resin levels, providing added resistance to pests and diseases. An uninterrupted growth cycle will result in excellent harvests.

Increased Root Production: UV light has the capacity to reach down to the roots of plants, and limited exposure can help accelerate the production of root mass. Having a well-developed root system prior to relocating a plant, either to a higher intensity lighting environment or when transplanting indoors or outdoors, reduces the risk of it not thriving in its new home.

About UV Light:

Ultraviolet light is a wavelength of light that’s invisible to the naked eye and sits between 10 nanometers and 400 nanometers on the light spectrum.

UV-A radiation (320-400nm): While a limited number of humans are sensitive to this wavelength, many birds perceive it.

UV-B light (290-320 nm): This type of UV is not suitable for human exposure, as the majority of these wavelengths are absorbed by atmospheric oxygen before they reach the Earth's surface.

The intensity and positioning of UV light can be detrimental to your plants if too strong or placed too close. Bleaching can occur when a plant's cells become overexposed to light and are damaged or discolored, and excess UV radiation is even more detrimental. Bleaching affects an organism's capacity to absorb light, leading to stunted growth and lower yields. Additionally, overexposure to UVs may damage flavenoids and terpenes, thereby diminishing flavor and scent of fruits and buds.

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