The LED Grow Book: Better. Easier. Less Watts.

December 18, 2016 - Comment

In The LED Grow Book, Christopher Sloper shares insights gained from years of researching and growing indoors with LED grow lights – the coolest lighting technology to hit the indoor gardening industry in a decade. The LED Grow Book doesn’t stop at explaining how LED grow lights work and how to pick one. It continues

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In The LED Grow Book, Christopher Sloper shares insights gained from years of researching and growing indoors with LED grow lights – the coolest lighting technology to hit the indoor gardening industry in a decade. The LED Grow Book doesn’t stop at explaining how LED grow lights work and how to pick one. It continues with an in-depth guide to effective indoor gardening practices with chapters on grow spaces and systems, plant nutrition and feeding, pest control and more. The LED Grow Book is a must-read for anyone who is serious about gardening indoors – even if you never plan to use a LED grow light. It’s chock full of indoor gardening tips that will make every indoor gardener more successful. This book will help the reader: • Avoid costly mistakes • Design the perfect grow room • Dispel the myths that surround indoor gardening • Achieve better yields with less energy—both electrical and human • Grow healthier plants that resist pests and produce bountiful harvests

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Kaptkaos says:

Best book I’ve come across so far for LED lights, and hydro/aqua/aeroponic growing I bought this book specifically to better understand LED grow lights and its well worth every penny. I’ve read a couple of truly mediocre books on hydroponics so far and for the low price of this book, I was skeptical at first. I’m happy to say that I found this book truly useful. I know know what to look for when purchasing and LED grow light. The author goes over the specific color frequencies, and ratios of those color frequencies needed to make a good grow light. The author is up-front in…

DKF1219 says:

Some Great Growing Information, BUT…. This book has a lot of information about general indoor gardening that is very good. It has too much quite technical stuff–chemistry and physics– that most people will not be able to understand. I laughed when he advised all growers to take a college level chemistry class. A college level chemistry class is going to require some higher math knowledge and some kind of science behind you helps. Some people are simply liberal arts people, it doesn’t mean they cannot be wonderful…

Charlie Weir says:

Good information on a relatively new lighting system. Although he avoids mentioning it nearly entirely, this is about growing cannabis under LED lights. Not to worry, it still counts for food crops. Just ignore all the references to weird grow media and nutrient solutions and his advice will help with your tomatoes and such. 

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