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Grow Light

Grow Light for Plants

Living things require energy to grow. Whereas humans get energy from food, plants source their energy from light through photosynthesis, the food manufacturing process for plants. Plants use chlorophyll in their leaves to absorb light energy, which is then used to get carbon dioxide from air. Roots absorb water which is transported to the leaves and stem.

Carbon dioxide reacts with water to produce glucose, a type of sugar. During respiration, glucose is broken down into starch for storage. The process of respiration produces oxygen as a by-product, which is then exhaled into the atmosphere. That explains the essence of light in the growth cycle of plants. But, the lighting you’re using in your house isn’t right for growing houseplants.

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