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Green Sunshine Co Electric Sky ES300 Review

Green Sunshine Co Electric Sky ES300 Review

It comes to a point that you want to invest in a grow light, but you also want to make a future-proof purchase to get more value for money. After all, you want to make an investment that will adjust with you, as expansion happens.

If you find yourself with that vision with your grow light investment, then you ought to take a look at the Electric Sky ES300 by the Green Sunshine Co. The ES300 is the company’s higher-tier grow light, with the ES180 being the other option in the company’s current lineup of grow lights.

But what can you expect with the ES300?

 

 

Wideband Full Spectrum Grow Light

The ES300 was designed for growers who don’t have much space but are looking to have a grow light that they can use when capacities increase. The ES300 is also a full-spectrum grow light, which makes it more efficient in function.

 

ES300 Spectrum Band

 

The ES300’s features a color breakdown of around 10 percent blue, 25 percent green, 55 percent red, and 10 percent infrared. This color spectrum is made specific and veers away from the usual blue and red on grow lights. The unorthodox light spectrum has benefits to it. For one, the green lights improve photosynthesis, and salvia plants that are cultivated with mostly green and red spectrums developed quite well. According to the Green Sunshine Co., the ES300 is an attempt to get as close to natural sunlight. That is why it features a balanced color ratio to improve yields.

The ES300 also has lenses that temper light intensity so you won’t get blinded by the light. Where one would normally wear LED glasses, the ES300 fixes this intensity so you can tend to your plants without getting blind by the lights.

 

 

Modular, Expandable, and Efficient

This grow light is modular in design and lets you put more ES300 to expand light coverage and power efficiency. To give you an idea, a single ES300 covers up to 2.5 x 5 feet of grow area for flowering and 3.5 x 7 feet for vegetation. Adding another ES300 lets you replace 1000 watt HPS lamps and cover a grow area of up to 7 x 7 feet. And to sweeten things, you can use a single controller to manage this chain of grow lights, as part of its modular design. This feature is one of the reasons why the ES300 is one of the choice fixtures in our grow lights buyer’s guide.

The ES300 also features an adjustable light angle to improve the spread of light in your grow area. They may be installed as low as 15 inches from the canopy, unlike other grow lights that need at least 36 inches.

As you can see, the ES300 packs a lot of features, but how does it perform with your garden?

 

Increase Your Yields

You can expect yields to increase up to 20 percent with frost that makes your buds look enticing. It also reduced the flowering time by up to two weeks, which saves you money in the long run. Of course, your mileage will vary, depending on what you’re growing.

To give you an idea, the sherbet strain flowering time was reduced by a week, while the pineapple upside-down cake had around nine days less for flowering. It might not be as big to some, but it is still a reduction in days for harvest.

It’s the reduction in the duration of the cycle that lets the ES300 pay for itself. Coupled with the improved harvest quality, the ES300 is something you won’t regret having in your garden.

 

 

Final Thoughts

The ES300 is one of the wisest investments you can make, especially when you can project the growth of your operations. The design of a single grow light and how it connects to become a part of a bigger grow light system, which makes this grow light stand out. Instead of having to scramble for a new grow light for larger capacities, all you need is to chain another ES300, and your grow light system expands with you.

Derek Randal

Derek Randal

A self-proclaimed Internet nerd who admits to spending way too much time on Reddit. When Derek isn't spinning new content for the blog, he enjoys playing chess, social card games and relaxing. Derek is also a lover of all things social media, a self-proclaimed coffee ninja, and country music trailblazer.

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