CFL bulbs

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In the offer of light bulbs available in the Growtent store you will find a wide selection of energy-saving light bulbs. We sell CFL bulbs suitable both for crops in the growth phase and the flowering phase of plants. We have bulbs of various power and spectrum, from which you can easily create the right conditions tailored to the needs of the plants you grow. CFL bulbs are a great alternative to LED bulbs. Although they emit more heat, they are also light bulbs with low power consumption and long life. We offer both CFL bulbs, ideally suited as a source of light in indoor plants, as well as complete fluorescent lamps. We invite you to familiarize yourself with our offer and shopping.

Compact fluorescent lights (CFLs) are a type of energy-efficient light bulb that can be used to provide supplemental lighting for indoor plant growth. When used properly, CFLs can help plants grow healthier and stronger.

CFLs emit light in the blue and red spectrum, which are the wavelengths of light that are most beneficial for plant growth. Blue light is important for promoting vegetative growth, while red light is essential for flowering and fruiting. CFLs also emit less heat than traditional incandescent bulbs, making them a safer option for indoor gardening.

When using CFLs for plant growth, it's important to choose bulbs with the appropriate color temperature and wattage. Bulbs with a color temperature of around 6500K emit a bluish-white light that is ideal for promoting vegetative growth, while bulbs with a color temperature of around 2700K emit a reddish-yellow light that is best for flowering and fruiting.

The wattage of the bulbs will depend on the size of the growing area and the type of plants being grown. Generally, a 20-watt CFL bulb can provide enough light for a small area, while a 100-watt bulb may be needed for larger plants or areas.

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