Indoor Home Grow Lights

HPS and LED lights for Home Grow Kits

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Every order comes shipped in discreet, stealth packaging.

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Our grow kits are legal in all of the US and across the globe.

SAVE UP TO 65%

Verses hydroponic store pricing.

Home Grow Lights

On occasion, our customers want to upgrade or expand their grow. Included here are all the HPS and LED light units we have to offer! These lights are specially manufactured for our kits and cannot be found anywhere else! Our expert growers have collaborated with reputable manufacturers to supply top quality light units with proven results!

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LED GROW LIGHTS

HPS GROW LIGHTS

WHY SEEDS FROM CALI GROW LIGHTS

Low Heat

Converts more energy to light and less heat.

Longer Lifespan

ETL/DLC certified, more than 100000 hours lifespan.

Full Spectrum

Targeted light spectrum tailored to enhance a plant’s growth at every phase of advancement.

Higher Yield

Obtain the harvest you are entitled to with superior canopy infiltration as well as bud density.

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HPS Lights: The Classic Light For Indoor Growing

HPS Lights: The Classic Light For Indoor Growing

MORE ABOUT OUR HOME GROW LIGHTS

The possibility to save growers money on their home grow experiences is amazing, with grow light technology always evolving and innovating. The majority of first-time and beginner growers nowadays choose for quantum board LED. They are cost-effective not just in terms of your energy bill, but also in terms of their purchasing price!

Both the veg and blooming stages benefit from the light spectrum provided by these lights. They are both lightweight and long-lasting. They don’t even need fans to keep themselves cool. Instead, they use heat sync to keep the light at a constant temperature! This means your grow room is as silent as a mouse and produces no humming or buzzing.

GROW LIGHTS FAQS

Yes, grow lights can aid in helping plants grow, especially for indoor grows where natural sunlight is limited or not available. Grow lights provide artificial light that mimics natural sunlight, providing the necessary spectrum of light for photosynthesis and growth. There are various types of lights you can use for your indoor grows including LED, fluorescent and HPS grow lights. Each comes with their own pros and cons, so we recommend you compare Fluorescent vs LED grow lights and LED vs HPS Grow Lights to determine which light is best suited for your grow. 

We at TheBudGrower offer grow kits with various types of grow lights. With expert growers available 24/7,  we can help you choose the one best suited for your growing needs!

The best light for growing plants indoors depends on the specific needs of the plants you are growing. Different types of plants have different light requirements, and you’ll need to select a light that provides the appropriate spectrum of light for their growth stage. That said, there are a few general guidelines you can follow when choosing a grow light for indoor plants:

  • LED grow lights: LED grow lights are the most popular type of grow light for indoor plants, as they are energy-efficient, long-lasting, and provide a wide range of colors that are beneficial for plant growth.
  • Full-spectrum lights: Look for grow lights that provide a full spectrum of light, including red, blue, and green light. This will ensure that your plants receive all the wavelengths they need for photosynthesis and growth.
  • Wattage: The wattage of the grow light you choose will depend on the size of your grow space and the number of plants you’re growing. In general, you’ll want to aim for at least 20-30 watts per square foot of growing space.
  • Distance from plants: Make sure to position your grow light at the appropriate distance from your plants, as too much or too little light can be harmful. A good rule of thumb is to position your grow light 12-18 inches above your plants.

It’s a good idea to do some research and consult with experts or other experienced indoor gardeners to determine the best lighting setup for your plants. Our grow kits can simplify the process of getting all the right growing equipment. Simply, choose the kit that best describes your needs and lean on our team of experts for support. Have questions? Our team at TheBudGrower are here to support you 24/7. Together, we can achieve great heights. 

Absolutely! LED grow lights are a popular choice for indoor gardening because they are energy-efficient, long-lasting, and provide a full spectrum of light that is beneficial for plant growth. LED grow lights provide a specific spectrum of light that is optimized for plant growth, including both red and blue wavelengths of light. The red wavelengths are important for promoting flowering and fruiting, while the blue wavelengths are important for vegetative growth. They  also produce less heat than traditional grow lights, which can help keep your plants from overheating and reduce the need for additional cooling systems.

Offering LED grow kits in various sizes, TheBudGrower can get you set up with everything you need to start your growing journey!

e amount of electricity that grow lights use will depend on several factors, including the wattage of the light, the number of lights you’re using, and how long you run them each day. Generally, grow lights are designed to be energy-efficient and use less electricity than traditional lighting sources. LED grow lights, in particular, are known for being very energy-efficient and can help you save on your electricity bill.

However, it’s still important to be mindful of your electricity usage when using grow lights, as they can add to your overall energy consumption. To reduce your energy usage, consider using a timer to limit the amount of time your grow lights are on each day, and make sure to choose a light that is appropriate for the size of your growing space.

In general, you should not leave grow lights on all night. While plants do require a certain amount of light to grow, they also need a period of darkness to rest and regenerate. Leaving grow lights on 24/7 can disrupt your plants’ natural growth cycle and lead to issues like stunted growth, nutrient deficiencies, and even plant stress. However, when using an indoor grow tent some people may choose to have the lights on overnight and off during the day, in which case it is ok to leave them on all night.

The length of time you should leave a grow light on plants will depend on the specific needs of the plants you’re growing, as well as the stage of growth they’re in. During the vegetative growth stage, which is when plants are growing leaves and stems, they typically require more light and can benefit from 16-18 hours of light per day. During the flowering stage, when plants are producing flowers and fruit, they require a slightly different spectrum of light and may need 12-14 hours of light per day. You can set up a timer to turn your grow lights on and off at the appropriate times, ensuring that your plants get the right amount of light without disrupting their natural growth cycle.

To ensure your plants are getting the most from your lights, it’s important to determine the right height for grow lights.  This will primarily depend on what type of light you are using, but here are the measurements we recommend for HPS and LED grow lights (remember to measure from the top of your plants!):

HPS:  8-12 inches. 

LED:  24 inches. 

It’s also important to adjust the distance between your grow lights and your plants as your plants grow and mature. As your plants get taller, you may need to raise your grow lights to ensure that they are providing sufficient coverage.

You should stop using grow lights when your plants have reached the end of their growing cycle and are ready for harvest, or if you plan to move them outdoors to continue growing in natural sunlight. Indoor plants that are grown with artificial grow lights typically have a specific growing cycle that depends on the type of plant and the desired outcome. Once your plants have reached maturity and are ready for harvest, you can turn off your grow lights and begin the harvesting process. If you plan to move your plants outdoors, you can gradually acclimate them to natural sunlight by exposing them to increasing amounts of sunlight each day.

It’s important to note that even if you plan to continue growing your plants indoors, you may still need to adjust the amount of light they receive based on their growth stage and needs. For example, some plants may require less light during the flowering stage, while others may need more light during the vegetative stage.

The ideal height to hang your grow light will depend on several factors, including the type of grow light, the wattage of the light, and the growth stage of your plants. However, a general rule of thumb is to hang your grow light 12-24 inches above the top of your plants. If you’re using LED grow lights, you can typically hang them closer to your plants, typically around 12-24 inches away. If you’re using high-intensity discharge (HID) grow lights, which can produce a lot of heat, you may need to hang them farther away, typically around 18-24 inches away. 

It’s also important to adjust the height of your grow light as your plants grow and develop. As your plants get taller, you may need to raise your grow light to ensure that it’s providing sufficient coverage. In addition to the height of your grow light, you’ll also want to consider the angle of the light. For best results, try to position your grow light so that it’s shining directly down on your plants, providing even coverage and minimizing the amount of light that’s wasted.

In the winter, the days are shorter and there is less natural sunlight available for your plants to grow. By providing supplemental lighting with grow lights, you can help your plants get the light they need to grow and thrive. The length of time to leave grow lights on in winter will depend on several factors, including the type of plants you’re growing, the growth stage of your plants, and the intensity of your grow lights. 

However, a general rule of thumb is to leave grow lights on for 12-16 hours per day during the winter months. If you’re growing plants that require a lot of light, such as fruiting vegetables, you may need to leave your grow lights on for closer to 16 hours per day. If you’re growing plants that require less light, such as herbs or leafy greens, 12-14 hours of light per day may be sufficient.

It’s also important to monitor your plants regularly and adjust the length of time your grow lights are on based on their growth and development. For example, as your plants grow and mature, you may need to adjust the amount of light they receive to ensure that they are getting the right amount of light for their growth stage. 

Yes, LED grow lights  can potentially be too bright for plants. While plants need a certain amount of light to grow and thrive, too much light can actually harm them. When LED grow lights are too bright, they can cause a process called photoinhibition, which is when the excess light causes damage to the plant’s photosynthetic system. This can lead to reduced growth, wilting, and even death of the plant.

Additionally, excessive light can also cause plants to become overheated, which can further damage their tissues and impair their growth. Therefore, it is important to choose the right intensity of LED grow lights for the specific plants you are growing and to monitor them regularly to ensure they are not being exposed to too much light.

Plants do not necessarily need more water when grown under grow lights, but their watering needs may change due to environmental factors such as temperature, humidity, and air circulation. When plants are grown under  grow lights, they may experience increased transpiration, which is the process by which water evaporates from the leaves. This is because grow lights emit a certain amount of heat, which can cause the plant to lose water more quickly.

Additionally, if the environment in which the plants are grown is warm and dry, they may require more frequent watering to compensate for the increased rate of water loss. However, it’s important to note that overwatering can also be harmful to plants, so it’s essential to monitor the moisture level of the soil and adjust watering as needed based on the specific needs of the plants and the growing environment.