Greenhouse Equipment and Accessories: Grow Lights
Many plants are sensistive to daylength and supplementary lighting in your greenhouse will enable you to grow plants out of season.
By installing electricity to your greenhouse you will be able to effectively extend the growing season by providing your plants with artificial light to increase day length and provide heat in the cooler months for propagation and plant growth.
- Freestanding Aluminium Staging
- Folding Staging
- Modular Staging
- Narrow Staging
- Stepped Display Staging
- Shelving & Seed Tray Racks
- Potting Benches and Equipment
- Wooden Staging
- Gravel Trays
- Grow Lights
- Spares & Accessories for Existing Greenhouses
- Build Your Own Greenhouse
Grow Light Garden Propagator
This Grow Light Garden stretches the growing season for you - enabling you to plant seeds earlier and grow crops out of season such as salads and herbs.
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General Purpose Light
Designed for safe & effective operation in a damp environment this General Purpose Light is perfectly suited for use in the greenhouse. The Work Light unit is fitted with a 36w warm white fluorescent tube which will illuminate the greenhouse for working in, whilst the Grow Light unit is fitted with a 36w Grolux T8 fluorescent tube which will promote plant growth in areas with insufficient natural daylight.
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Lamp for Professional Grow Light
A range of high Pressure Sodium and Metal Halide Lamps enabling you to select the correct lamp to suit your plants requirements.
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Professional Grow Light
These Professional Grow Lights have been designed to enable you to install professional lighting systems in your greenhouse to provide the exact lighting requirements for your plants at the relevant growth stages.
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Mercury Lighting System
Use this compact Mercury Lighting system in your greenhouse to encourage rapid plant growth.
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