Future Harvest Development Sun Blaster Grow Light Garden


Future Harvest Development Sun Blaster Grow Light Garden

For many keen gardeners, there is a huge frustration in not being ble to grow year round or start seedlings earlier in the season. The problem most commonly is the lack of light. The FHD Grow Light Garden stretches the growing season, making it ideal for growing early seedlings, and allows the user to grow crops like salad leaves, herbs, even dwarf vegetables, such as tomatoes and chillies, all year round.
The FHD Grow Light Garden is perfect for cloning plants as well.
Two high efficiency SunBlaster 24W T5HO fluorescent bulbs housed in the canopy provide bright, full spectrum lighting (6400 Kelvin each) while using less electricity combined than a standard household light bulb. The electronic ballasts eliminate annoying buzzing and ensure ‘no flicker’ start up. Each bulb lasts up to 10,000 hours and the unit is supplied with a 12 month user guarantee.
The canopy height is fully adjustable on the aluminum uprights, giving a maximum clearance height of 15 inches (38cm) from the bottom of the base tray. The unit is supplied complete with 4 quality growing trays which feature 2 tier drainage cells. These trays can be used time and again.

• Sun blaster 6400K T5HO lamps simulate natural sunlight and are ideal for cuttings and vegetative growth
• For maximum output and efficiency use with Sun Blaster T5HO lighting fixtures
• Specialty lamps are available in red, green and blue for those that wish to create interesting visual effects for home, office or store front

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