Kingsville, Ontario, Canada
This ongoing study by JEM Farms and Fluence, in consultation with Saber and the University of Windsor, is shedding further light on the advantages of broad spectrum LEDs for multiple crops and their varieties. In this case, growers are observing not only the effects of lighting (LEDs vs. HPS) on plants and their cycles but also how light affects growers and their working environment. With an emphasis on quality and consistency, the study of environmental inputs is providing useful answers for growers everywhere to achieve maximum and optimal output.
Increased yields by 10% with LED lighting
LED-designated area reduced energy consumption by 40% compared to HPS
Improved working conditions with higher quality broad-spectrum LEDs