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ECO Farm DBL3000 Full Spectrum LED Grow Light 320W VS Spider Farmer G3000 300W F

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LED lights were first introduced to the market to replace traditional incandescent and fluorescent lights. People ended up making the switch, even though it was more expensive than traditional lights. It’s only a matter of time before families can afford LED lights. They are more competitively priced and last longer than regular lights.

If you’re thinking of investing in LED grow lights, you might want to read up on what you need to know when choosing fixtures for your indoor garden.

The use of plant growth lights

Grow Lights serve 4 purposes: Propagation, Growing Food, Nursing, and Limited Light.

Limited Light: Grow lights can help houseplants grow healthy and strong, especially during the colder months. Grow lights can also be used as artificial lighting in rooms with limited or no sunlight.

Seedlings: Grow lights can be used to help houseplants propagate from seedlings, as seedlings need sufficient light and warm temperatures to grow healthily.

Grow food: Of course, if you have an indoor garden where you grow vegetables and herbs, you definitely need plant lights to keep them growing properly.

Propagating: If you enjoy propagating plants as gifts or as a side business, you must have grow lights to properly propagate houseplants.

ECO Farm DBL3000 Full Spectrum LED Grow Light 320W


The ECO Farm LED Grow Light utilizes SAMSUNG LM281B diode, to deliver spectacular PPF output up to 2.5 umol/J, The light intensity is higher, the light attenuation is smaller, and the lumen and PAR value are better than ordinary LED. Cover 3' x3' of high-yield full-cycle growth. It enables you to obtain a 30% higher output than HPS. This durably constructed LED grow light has 4 bar technology to deliver smooth, even light over the canopy. Remotely mounted driver technology allows for quicker and more efficient heat dissipation. In addition, the plant grow light uses an advanced waterproof power supply, installed in The outside of the lamp is easy to replace. This kind of growth lamp is a full-period lighting solution suitable for all growth environments (including humid environments), full-spectrum (3000K, 5000k, 660nmnm, 30nm) is very suitable for vegetable flowering and is an ideal choice for greenhouse or indoor lighting.

Spider Farmer G3000 300W Full Spectrum LED Grow Light


Spider Farmer LED grow light is designed with a unique elongated light bar to provide more even and comprehensive canopy coverage, especially at the edge of the planting area. With 896 Bridgelux diodes, the G3000 Grow Light is able to draw 300 watts of power, achieve an impressive 2.75umol/J PPE, and cover 3×3 feet of plant growth over a full cycle.

Things to consider when choosing Indoor Grow lights

Before deciding on the type of lighting, consider the following:

How much space do you need to illuminate?
PPFD stands for Photosynthetic Photon Flux Density.

It’s the measure of photons in the 400–700nm range of the visible light spectrum which will shine (or “land”) on a square meter per second.

Artificial lights will produce light but you want to be sure it’s directed toward the plant and not wasted.

To determine this, choose a light based on the area you need by looking at how the company describes the PPFD.

Amount of solar radiation in the atmosphere
The amount of solar radiation affects how much light is available for photosynthesis.

Where are you using it, in a greenhouse or indoors?
How much space you have and where you are keeping the plants and lights also factor in which types of lighting to purchase.

If you are using it in a greenhouse, you should consider the type of greenhouse, glazing uses, and the types of equipment already installed.

What will you grow?
Different types of crops need different types of lighting to optimize their potential.

Certain plants need high beam light, while others may grown better in shade.

Choose the lighting depending on the type of plants you intend to grow and if you need vegetative lights and/or bloom lights.

Space available to hang lighting
Lighting will have to be moved upward as the plant grows in height.

You’ll have to account for the wiring and socket spaces also.

Electricity and maintenance cost
This is often one of the most important factors when deciding your overall gardening or greenhouse budget.

If you have solar panels, that will help you reduce ongoing costs for additional lighting.


LED grow lights, while more expensive, are more energy efficient and last longer than other lighting technologies. They are worth considering.

Good lighting is essential for growing seedlings indoors. With a little homework, you can start your gardening season off right!

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