Many growers have built successful vertical farming facilities that grow herbs indoors under herb grow lights. LED lighting offers a number of benefits for growing sustainable food. By controlling the light, growers can germinate herbs quicker, grow roots faster and get bigger yields. Since LEDs run at cooler temperatures than other grow lights, they can be placed closer to the plant to encourage homogeneous growth. Ideal for growing herbs indoors with artificial light in vertical stacks. Our custom LED light recipes enable growers to steer flavor, appearance and other plant characteristics to meet specific consumer demands.
Philips LED grow lights for herbs help growers dramatically increase yield by up to 30% in their greenhouse. They also offer clear benefits in terms of the quality and consistency of crops. For example, basil crops produced with Philips grow lights have more consistent leaf development, deeper foliage color and better taste compared to other types of grow lights. Our custom LED light recipes allow you to further steer specific plant aspects, from shelf life to taste, to differentiate your herbs in the market.
Philips light recipes capture all the elements of lighting that steer plant growth when growing herbs indoors with artificial light. They are the result of hundreds of trials and projects between Philips Horticulture Lighting, growers and researchers to investigate how the LED grow light spectrum affects various crops and growing phases of plants. Today, we offer a wide array of LED grow light recipes, based on proven results for specific varieties, growth phases and cultivation set-ups. From tissue culture, propagation and seedlings to young plants, potted plants and high wire vegetables.
Produce higher quantities of tasty vegetables, fragrant herbs and juicy fruit, while efficiently controlling lighting and temperature.
The ultimate LED grow light for light-loving crops. 1-to-1 HPS replacement utilizing the same connection, while increasing the light levels by 84%.
Make the easy switch from HPS to all the benefits of LED toplighting, using your existing HPS set-up and trellis construction.
A dynamic module which allows you to individually adjust the LED colors and light intensities.
Philips GrowWise Control System gives you full flexibility and control over your lighting to improve your crop quality, productivity and operational efficiency.
Premium grow lights for hybrid projects. Increase light level or reduce energy cost with a limited investment cost.
Going indoors to deliver great lettuce year-round
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Growing the best herbs with amazing flavors all year round. We use Philips lighting because it’s got an amazing flavor.
Growing better herbs, more efficiently with a hybrid lighting solution.
Effects of temperature on basil growth: some like it hot!
Research from Philips GrowWise Center vertical farm shows how temperature affects basil growth.
Want to control nitrate levels in leafy greens?
By growing leafy greens under LED grow lights in an indoor vertical growing environment, researchers discovered they could decrease or increase nitrate levels in the plants.
4 remarkable results you can achieve with dynamic LED grow lights in a vertical farm
Discover 4 remarkable things you can do with LED dynamic grow lights based on research from Philips GrowWise vertical farm research facility
Whether you want to boost yield and quality for high-wire tomatoes and cucumbers, produce vegetables year-round in your greenhouse or cultivate custom leafy greens in your vertical farm.
If you are growing fruits indoors, like strawberries and other soft fruits, your crops will really shine with LED grow lights.
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