Added by on 2018-07-19

Franklin BioScience recently conducted multiple controlled experiments to determine what lighting solution they would use in their new Las Vegas, NV cannabis cultivation facility. Fluence outperformed the incumbent 1000W DE HPS as well as other LED solutions. Results to-date include 85 grams-per-square-foot of canopy, 2.1 grams-per-watt and increased potency across multiple genetics over historical HPS averages. Their new vertical farm deploys Fluence SPYDRx PLUS on the bottom layer and Fluence VYPRx PLUS on the top layer of rolling-rack systems from Greenhaus Industries in flower, and Fluence SPYDRx PLUS and Fluence RAZRx in vegetative. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsCannabis Vertical Farm with LED Grow Lights from BML HorticultureCannabis Vertical Farm with LED Grow Lights from BML HorticultureVertical LED Grow Light Cannabis Farm At MedMenVertical Farm ‘Growing Underground’ – Delicious Microgreens with Valoya LED Grow LightsLetUs Farms How Cirrus LED Grow Lights Helped This Commercial Indoor Farm 1LED Grow Lights & Artificial Lighting for Gardening, Greenhouses and Vertical Farms

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10 Comments

  • Jason Vetter 2 months ago

    What kind of vertical racks are you using?

  • Mariano Ezequiel 2 months ago

    What strain is ?

  • Brandon Gamble 2 months ago

    Hence, the answer to all the HID zealots who always say in YT comments.."If Led was any good then why dont commercial grows use led?"…….
    Sorry HID fanatics but this is the future.

  • Crazycraigy 2 months ago

    2.1 gm p/watt that is top notch..!

  • David Kaspar 2 months ago

    Hello, would you please share what is the average of (μmol m-2 s-1) & FAR W/m-2 on 1m2 say from 40cm of the light source?I am really interesting.I have seen some videos from you where you measuring just the hots spot but I like to see the average 😉 as really looking to buy some of your lights.. Many thanks!

  • darkostoj 2 months ago

    Hi, Do you have any idea of what types of flood tables those are in the pallet racking? Those are great, but I can't seem to find them anywhere. Thanks!!

  • Sebastian Cox 2 months ago

    How many plants are they cultivating in a 4×8 ft bay when flowering?

  • Cyberhog 2 months ago

    very cool

  • iamchillydogg 2 months ago

    85 grams a foot is over 3 pounds a light.

  • Boomafoo 2 months ago

    Great video. Very interested in some details of the video – Why are Fluence SPYDRx PLUS on the bottom layer and Fluence VYPRx PLUS on the top layer of rolling-rack systems used for flowering stage? Why are Fluence SPYDRx PLUS and Fluence RAZRx used in vegetative?

    Can either model be used for both?