Growstar 1000w LED Grow Light Review

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by Morgan

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January 27, 2023

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Today we will be looking at one of my favorite 1000w LED grow lights.

growstar led reviewsThe Growstar 1000w LED Grow Light’s versatile full spectrum light array is perfect for dense grow operations.

This mighty full spectrum light is so spectacular, mainly due to its solid construction and bright light output that it is a weed plants best friend.

With the advancements of LED lighting over the past few years, grow star has started to become my go-to lighting manufacturer for any of my indoor grows, which these days is pretty much all my grows. This is one of many 1000 watt LED grow light to choose from, but the Growstar is packed with many great options at a low price.

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Packaging, when shipped, was discreet and well protected. Always a concern when I purchase 1000w LED lights for sale on the internet.

The Growstar package contained:

 

  • 1000 Watt LED Grow Light
  • Hanging Kit
  • 6-foot power cord electrical cord

Everything arrived snug as a bug and we began setup.

Set up was fairly fuss-free. Total set up time took about 2 hours for prepping the entire area complete with grow tent, hanging kit, ventilation and the odds and ends of growing through our typical grow operation checklist.

Growstar Features

  1. 200 individual LED’s with  high power Par Value with value energy reduction
  2. 3 whisper-quiet non-noisy fans built for constant operations
  3. VEG/BLOOM  toggle switches
  4. Full spectrum 9 band lighting for multiple phase plant stages.
  5. 3-year warranty and 30 days satisfaction guarantee

Lighting Area

Standard Coverage at 24″ Height 4x3ft
Maximum Coverage at 24″ Height 5x4ft

As you can tell, the lighting coverage is pretty significant and can handle dense plant growth for far-reaching light.

Our Recommendation

Growstar’s 1000 Watt LED Grow Light is perfect for indoor, yearly bud growing. While it is a bit pricey, it offers quality backed by a great warranty. This light last long hours compared to cheaper counterparts. It also is great on energy savings. This LED grow light will save you more money in the long run, should you choose to purchase it.

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FAQs

1. Is a 1000w grow light good?

1000 watt LED grow lights are definitely good for growing cannabis, but they can also be quite expensive. They will produce a lot of heat, so you’ll need to make sure you have a good ventilation system in place.

2. How much will a 1000w LED yield?

A 1000 watt LED light will produce a lot of light. It is equivalent to a traditional light bulb, but uses less energy and lasts longer.

3. Does more light equal more yield?

No, more light does not always equal more yield. The amount of light a plant receives is only one factor that affects yield. Other factors include the type of plant, the type of soil, and the climate.

4. How do I make my yield bigger?

There are a few things you can do to make your yield bigger. First, make sure you’re planting the right crop in the right soil. Second, make sure you’re watering your indoor plants correctly and that they have enough sunlight. Third, use fertilizer to give your plants the nutrients they need to grow big and strong. Finally, harvest your crops at the right time to get the most out of them.

5. What is better for growing LED or HPS?

LEDs are better for growing plants than HPS lights. LEDs emit less heat, so they are safer to use and they don’t scorch the plants. LEDs also use less electricity than HPS lights, so they are more energy-efficient.

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About the author 

Morgan

I discovered the benefits of Cannabis at a young age in 2002, with years of trial and error, my knowledge grew just like my plants. As my love for cannabis unfolded I began to teach and learn, trying to gain as much information and practical growing experience.

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