The Emerson Effect

The Emerson Effect is the increase in the rate of photosynthesis after the plants are exposed to light of wavelength 680 nm (deep red spectrum) and more than 680 nm (far red spectrum). When simultaneously exposed to light of both wavelengths, the rate of photosynthesis is far higher than the sum of the red light and far red light photosynthesis rates. Our products are designed to utilize the Emerson Effect to maximize yield in the flowering stage of the grow cycle.

 

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