Introducing andro bud – a pal for your plants.
The award-winning andro lighting range now comes with LED grow lights.
Whether it’s your space or footprint, the andro is designed with ideas in mind.
You probably already know you can get native seed packs with your andro, the re-use of discarded lighting waste used in production yada yada – well now we’ve added the grow lights to make the andro bud. However, I am sure you have plenty of questions, so let’s goooooo.
What is a grow light?
Dot point features of the ANDRO BUD
- Tip-top-engineered horticulture COB technology
- Optimized spectrum for maximum Photosynthetic Photon Flux (PPF)
- Industry-leading PPF/W values
- Excellent optical emission uniformity and colour over angle consistency
- Long-term colour stability
- Warranty 2 years. Or 24 months. Or 63,072,000 seconds.
- Designed for optimised plant growth where enhanced red and blue colouring delivers the highest PPF values available
- Has passed through a rigorous suite of environmental and mechanical stress tests including mechanical shock, vibration, temperature cycling and humidity. And just looking at it with our eyes.
SPECTRUM FOR PLANT SUITABILITY
What are the best applications for andro BUD?
- Plant walls/vertical gardens
- Indoor/outdoor vegetation areas
What are Suitable Crop Types?
- Suitable for foliage plants like tree ferns & creepers (ficus) so long as there’s sufficient illumination.
- Not suitable for fruits or veggies.
- For special plant types, please reach out to us.
Now, how do I get a LED grow light module?
What else can you tell me about it?
Not much, just kidding – again. Not going to lie, I am way out of my depth here but here goes. The general idea behind plant growth is based on different colours of the light spectrum. You might already know that white light from the sun is actually made up of all the colours of the rainbow and that the three major colours of light are red, blue, and green.
Plants don’t absorb much green light because it reflects off them and into our eyes, this is what makes them appear green. The fact that leaves don’t usually appear blue or red means that they absorb those parts of the light spectrum and use them to grow. The effect of blue light on plants is directly related to chlorophyll production.