When it comes to UV, it’s all in the letters. UV has long been known to increase the quality and pigment of plants. UV-A and UV-B are used most with indoor growing; however, UV-C light is so destructive that one could go blind by simply looking at it. Even though UV-C has redeeming qualities, they don’t outweigh their destructive ones and it is really only good for sterilization and for the creating of ozone for smell masking.
|A dedicated UV-A diode, found on our FUSION Pro models. The UV chips are separated from the other diodes so it does not degrade them.|
UV-A vs. UV-B: Who’s the Boss?
|UV-A diodes illuminated on the FUSION Pro 1800 model|
|Catnip under UV-A light, which gives the buds a pink glow|