CFL Grow Lights
Pros of Fluorescents
Example of MH/HPS Setups That Yield 1-5 Ounces/Month
● They run extremely hot and consume a lot of power.
● You can use them in a small grow space.
HID Grow Lights – The Traditional, Energy Hungry Choice
● Low heat output means you can place them close to plants.
LED grow lights can also distribute a fuller light spectrum due to how the light is created through electroluminescence. This can result in a better, higher quality yield from your bud.
Metal Halide Grow Lights
HID grow lights, short for High-Intensity Discharge, are large light bulbs that emit a tremendous amount of heat and light. They usually require a full exhaust fan to remove the excess heat, and electricity consumption is enormous. Also, they generally need a decent amount of time and space to set up a properly working system.