Warm Spectrum Light Triggers Plant Flowering

September 13, 2018

If you’re growing fruiting crops, you can switch plants or lamps to a warmer spectrum (more red light) once you’ve bumped them up to larger pots to trigger stem elongation and flowering. If you need your plants to flower and they require a specific photoperiod to do so, they will require red light.

Flower buds on a cannabis plant.
PC: Dan Heims

Cannabis will need close monitoring of lighting to trigger the plants into flowering.

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