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    Default Grow light? (810nm+ LED)

    I'm looking for an infrared growlight at the following wavelengths; 810nm, 830nm, 850nm.

    Most of them seem to emit UV, which is a no-no.

    I previously purchased a 660nm LED grow light, which was cheap at 25, versus the rosacea-touted lights, which are really the same thing with a lot of branding surrounding it.

    Hopefully, an infrared can be found cheaply. I believe the 810nm+ range of wavelengths will turn out to be the most effective.

    I've found a grow light which includes, apparently an IR wavelength, but the issue with this product is that a UV component is included: https://www.amazon.co.uk/dp/B017634L...&creative=6738

    I discovered an outdoor light which is supposed to be IR, but the wavelength is not clear: https://www.amazon.co.uk/Illuminator...&creative=6738
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