When it comes to planning and preparing for a catastrophic event or natural disaster, preppers need more than canned goods to make their shelter ready for long-term use.
LED grow lights are the best option for a preppers’ sustainable food production; and the difference in being able to grow your own food is huge.
LEDs, which consist of light-emitting diodes, are an energy efficient light source with an exceptional life span. Preppers with a solar, wind, geothermal, or alternative source generating power will find LEDs efficiency a massive benefit. To get an idea of what these energy savings look like, check out this blog by LED Grow Lights Depot. In this blog, they discuss the cost savings over 5 years when comparing a 500 watt LED to a 1000 watt HID grow light. This is done with the assumption that a quality LED grow light will replace a typical HID grow light.
Now, the blog focuses on the financial savings of using LEDs, but for your off-the-grid setup, less is more.
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LED grow lights are reliable and typically will run for about 10 years before the light begins to degrade.
An additional benefit to LED grow lights for survival shelters is the versatility of the spectrum. With Cirrus LED’s T250 and T500, the grower is able to fully customize their complete spectrum. This is ideal for growing multiple plants and vegetables.
Finally, traditional grow lights produce a great deal of heat which typically needs to be countered with ventilation and/or air conditioning. Unlike traditional lights, LED grow lights produce little to no heat; this reduces the stress on the plant and the amount of water required to grow.
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