Whats Up 420Soon 420 Mag is going to be hosting a grow journal featuring TWO of our GS600 Pro Bloom Led Grow Lights! We’re going to supply the power for a 4x8 foot canopy with over 1000 watts of LED power.
We’re still getting the last few details setup but since it’s an Official 420 Mag Canasumer Report You can bet the grow will be hosted by a professional grower/member!
In Celebration of this great Journal we are offering 420 Mag Members only a $49 to $99 discount on 4 of our models, the GS300, GS300 Pro-Bloom, Also the GS600 and of course the GS600 Pro-Bloom which will be featured in this journal.
Just take one of these code to the checkout during your order and the discount will be applied automatically!
Gs300 Models: GS300420Mag
GS600 Models: GS600420Mag
Here’s a few facts about our the quality and makeup of the GS600-ProBloom
Our spectrum makeup is superior to any other grow light on the market. Let’s start with 420-490nm range “blues”,these are targeting photosynthetic peaks 439nm and 469nm. Next in line 620-690nm range “red” these reach your photosynthetic peaks found at 642nm and 670nm. There are only 4 photosynthetic peaks, and we target ALL of them with full 3 Watt intensity.
The last wavelength that makes up our Quantum spectrum is the 510-540nm range which is included for the quantum effect. When you include "green" in the proper ratios mixed with the other targeted spectrums of light, the flowering times and growth times will be decreased, & flowers will bud faster and fruits will ripen faster.
We've been studying the effects of green on growth for over a year. No other company has research in this area.
The last optional wavelength we include the 730-750nm range in our Pro-Bloom units, there is two purposes we do this. One purpose is to enhance photosynthetic rates up to 30%, and the other is to increase resin production for those people who grow medical plants. Outside of these wavelengths nothing else is needed to promote optimal growth, which is why we only offer 5-band and 6-band products.
When it comes to spectrum we know what we're talking about, there is a reason behind each wavelength we use, try asking some other companies why they use each of their spectrums on one of those 11 or 12 band units.
We also use 3W-Single chip LED's so you get full brightness through 1 chip, which is much better than dividing the power amongst 3 chips per LED. Watch for companies that use a 3W-3Chip as 3 chips running at 1/3 power doesn’t compare to 1 chip at full power in regards to intensity.
Follow the link in my signature to learn about growing with LED’s and our led technology.