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Hospite Technical Specs
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CO 2 Requirements
Changing to high-intensity light will require growers to recalibrate every aspect of their environment. High intensity lighting can help open plant stomata, driving photosynthesis, but that means that you’ll also need to give them plenty of CO2 to avoid photorespiration. Too much oxygen in the environment and plants can burn more carbon than they take on, making their net photosynthesis negative. We advise all our clients to supplement at least 1200ppm of CO2 in their environment. This helps plants pack on biomass, and keeps them from getting stressed.
CO 2 REQUIREMENTS
Plants need the full range of PAR, and not just yellow or blue light, because different colors of light have benefits that should not be overlooked. Colors of light that are missing in HID set-ups have been shown to increase the presence of secondary photopigments, supplying the plant with more photons, and improving its terpene profile, trichomes and THC content. Green light in particular is excellent at penetrating plant canopy to deliver more light to more of the plant, and it is often the color that is left out of older lighting systems. That’s why all Fohse lights have full spectrum output. To deliver the most amount of PAR photons to your plants.
Hospite Grow Lamp
1 "day" = 12 hours of use
With multiple options for mounting, The Pisces can even be utilized in vertical racks, just like the Fohse F1V. They have a low profile and work best in close proximity to the plants, providing incredible light, and unbeatable canopy penetration. With vertical lighting, plants are free to grow up without hitting your lights, and perform photosynthesis uniformly throughout the plant, instead of mostly at the top, which results in healthier, bulkier plants.