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Best LED Grow Lights of 2013 Embrace the KIND LED K3 Series
Date:11/15/2013

San Francisco, CA (PRWEB) November 15, 2013

A key point about the KIND K3 series “12 Band Perfect Spectrum” is that the wavelenghts almost exclusively reside between 440-480nm on the blue side of the spectrum and between 620-680nm on the red side. The KIND LED K3 mainly focuses intensity in these segments of the overall spectral range as the peak photosynthesis during the vegetative phase occurs in the blue range and the flowering phase occurs in the red side of the range. The KIND K3 LED perfect spectrum also offers coverage in the 510-610nm light range as plants absorb wavelengths in these areas as well, although in smaller amounts, to carry out the many important functions of robust plant growth and heavy flowering. This coverage across the entire spectral range between 400-700 is what makes the “12 Band Perfect Spectrum” so effective.

Another feature that put the KIND LED K3 series in this year’s class of BEST LED Grow Light of 2013 is the Secondary Optical Lens. Typically, LED grow lights in the BEST LED Grow Light of 2013 only possess one optical lens. The KIND LED K3 series possesses a revolutionary “Secondary Optical Lens” for maximum photosynthetic penetration from plant top to base, considerably increasing “under canopy” production and yield. Since and indoor gardener factors time into the overall judgment of a successful growing endeavor, it’s important to harvest as much per plant as possible in the time constraint placed upon the grow cycle. The Secondary Optical Lens of the K3 series enables the indoor gardener to reap as much from the plant as possible per harvest.

To learn more about the KIND LED K3 Series Grow Lights, go to http://supercloset.com/product-category/systems-supplies/led-lighting/.

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