LED Grower's Guide for Ornamentals

LumiGrow, a smart horticultural lighting company, released their LED Growers’ Guide for Ornamentals. This guide has been developed to instruct ornamental crop growers on how to use LED lighting strategies to maximize profits, boost yields, increase crop quality, and elicit desired plant characteristics for a more marketable crop. Those that download the guide will learn:
  • Lighting requirements for ornamentals by growth stage
  • How light intensity, quality, and photoperiod can be used to direct crop growth and morphology
  • How light can be optimized across plant growth stages
  • What leading researchers are learning about light’s interaction with ornamentals

Ornamental crop production is a multi-billion dollar industry that encompasses a wide variety of plants including bedding plants, foliage plants, cut flowers, and both flowering and herbaceous potted plants. Since plant aesthetics are essential to ornamental production and marketability, unique opportunities are available for precision light management to provide consistent crop growth and quality.

The LED Growers’ Guide for Ornamentals gives lighting recommendations for growers looking to get more out of their horticultural lighting system. LumiGrow Research makes recommendations within this guide based on prior partnerships, professional horticultural resources, and leading scholastic research. Using light to direct plant growth and meet strict market guidelines for the ornamental industry.

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