RockRocket Full Spectrum LED Flood Grow Light

Last updated: August 14, 2023

This LED grow light uses half the electricity of other models, leading to a significant savings on your electric bill. The unit uses a rotatable bracket, so that you can quickly adjust the full-spectrum light angle to shine directly over your plants. The light is safe to use at every stage of growth.

RockRocket Full Spectrum LED Flood Grow Light

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Key Takeaway: No matter what stage of growth your plant is in, this full-spectrum light will provide it with the nutrients it needs to thrive.

In our analysis of 13 expert reviews, the RockRocket Full Spectrum LED Flood Grow Light placed 9th when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.

From The Manufacturer

As soon as the newborn seedling begins to emerge, it seeks light. Newborn seedlings require as much light and let there be light, and plenty of it. Just place the seedlings under our LED grow Light and let them get enough light energy to grow. No worry about rainy spring days with little or no direct sun, cloudy days and night. The vegetative stage of plant is where the plant’s growth truly takes off. At this stage, the red light(650-660nm) and the IR light(730-735nm) will play a great role in enhancing photosynthesis, photoperiodism and plant bloom. Upgraded LED plant lights with warmwhite spectrum, helps your plants to receive the lights that is more suitable for them – the light wavelength can be absorbed efficiently . Suitable for all stages of growth for indoor plants from seeding to fruiting – shortens the maturity cycle, increases production. You may find that your harvest is increased by 15-35% and the fruits may contain 10-20% more total soluble sugar and Vitamin C as well as 15-25% more crude protein. Splashing proof, has no Infrared / Ultraviolet light that might hurt eyes.

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