The Weed Lamps and Waterfall fans will certainly not only add immersion into your farming, it'll also make it safer, so, much more profitable. These two additions are going to lessen the time for a successful harvest and increase the yield of dried bags you get. The downside is that it'll create a faint humming noise from Weed lamps and that quiet gush of wind sound from the fan, so, there is a greater risk of getting busted. However, you can minimize this by turning the fan blades slightly in a clockwise direction. You don't have to turn them all the way clockwise as I said, this could make your waterfalls whirl faster and do more damage, so, I suggest you let the blades rotate in an anti-clockwise direction.
It's best to use these weed lamps in place of lights since the lights tend to give off UV rays, which are harmful to plants. When light is filtered through the plants' leaves, it's usually not that much of an issue, but the absence of light makes things a bit more tricky. So, I always recommend using weed lamps as a supplement to lighting rather than replacing or using lights. But if you want to completely kill all weeds under your feet, then I suggest using lights with a strong light bulb and try to use it where it shines the most, which would be in the middle of the growing area. It will probably take some time, so just be patient.
When choosing your indoor grow lights, you must be careful that they won't produce too much heat. One thing you might want to consider is buying a lamp that is made from fiberglass, since they are often safer and less likely to get overheated than other bulbs. If you're using hard-wired lighting, then just ensure that the cables are not too long and don't hook them directly into your power source. In fact, some people like using LED grow lights, because they are very compact, last for a longer time and produce little heat. However, some hard-wired indoor marijuana grow lights are also available which are made of copper or other metals.
There are basically three types of weed lamps available on the market today: LED grow lights, HPS and VHO. The first two are a bit more expensive, so if you are only using it as a supplementary lighting source, I wouldn't really advise purchasing them. The third one, however, is much cheaper and works great with a variety of grow lights.
Let's get into the details of each kind. The first one, the LED lamp, can work in a variety of light spectrums, including: daylight, yellow, red, blue and green. They consume a lot of electricity, but they give off the most amount of heat. This makes them suitable for use in low-light growing spaces, such as inside containers. The other two kinds of these lamps, the HPS and the VHO ones, consume less electricity, but tend to give off a large amount of heat. These are the bulbs that you normally find in outdoor grow light systems.
Weed lights, as their name suggests, are specifically made to be used with flowering plants. You can also use them to supplement any grow light system, and their use is quite popular for indoor purposes as well. The advantages of using these lamps are numerous, firstly, they give off a natural type of heat that tends to keep the plants warm. Also, due to the way they use energy, they do not create harmful emissions, which is great news if you have neighbours who are worried about the health of their plantings. Some other advantages of these lamps are that they give off a very natural light and that they don't produce any excess heat.
These are probably the biggest innovation in the lighting industry for the last few decades. These lamps use LEDs, or Light Emitting Diode, to produce heat. LEDs are much more efficient than incandescent bulbs, which means that they can produce one hundred percent more lumens per watt. Because of their lumen output, they can be used in a variety of different ways, which makes them so popular with many cannabis growers.
The final category of lights are the metal halide lights. Like the high-pressure sodium ones, the metallic halide bulbs produce heat by emitting light through one or more metal electrodes. However, the main difference between the halide lamps and the others is that the latter are much brighter. They also consume a lot less energy than the others. In fact, it would take up too much space to list all the pros of using metal halide bulbs over other types. You can learn more about them and their uses in the article I wrote on lights for medical marijuana.