When the grow lights are hung too high, it causes a problem. Your plants don’t get enough light, which has a direct impact on how well they can carry out photosynthesis. They may not develop to their full potential as a result, which slows down their growth pace.
Additionally, hanging the lights too high causes the coverage area’s light intensity to be distributed unevenly. As a result, the plants may receive more light in some areas than they require, causing them to reach the next development stage earlier than anticipated. On the other side, other plants might not get enough light, which would hinder their growth. It can be difficult to achieve a systematic and reliable production when there is an uneven distribution of light.
So it’s important to strike the ideal balance and make sure the grow lights are hung at the proper height. It permits effective photosynthesis, efficient light absorption, and uniform growth across the entire plant canopy. We can create the perfect environment for our plants to flourish and reach their full potential by striking this balance.