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Spectrum's new Light-Scout DLI 100 - Are the plants getting enough light?

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All plants need sunlight to grow and flourish, but the right amount can vary depending on the plant. Traditionally growers have relied on their eyes to determine the correct level, with Spectrum's new Light-Scout DLI 100, growers can accurately monitor the daily light integral (DLI) over a 24 hour period.

The Light-Scout DLI 100 is quick and easy to use. With the push of a button it runs for up to 24 hours at a time and displays measurements every 10 seconds in light intensity (μmol m-2 or foot-candles) and DLI. The Light-Scout DLI 100 comes in a pack of three and can be positioned throughout a greenhouse, golf course or crops so it is possible to compare the difference in light levels and the effect it is having on plant growth and quality.

The Light-Scout DLI 100 from John Morris Scientific is battery operated and water resistant.

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