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Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply

Peaceful Valley Farm & Garden Supply carries SolarOasis plant grow lighting products, along with many other products to fill the needs of the organic gardener.

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Light Earth Design

Light Earth Design carries the LED Grow Master Global PRO550. Their informative web site includes an LED lighting FAQ and gardening tips, plus detailed information about coverage, mounting, product specifications, and power supplies.

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WSE Technologies

WSE Technologies offers a broad range of LED lighting products, including LED fluorescent lights, LED office lights, and LED flood lights, along with LED Grow Master plant grow lighting products.

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SolarOasis technology helps many gardeners achieve superior growing results. Here we share some of their experiences. Are you thinking about next year's garden yet?

An orchid grower in Depoe Bay, Oregon can now keep her orchids indoors by using LED Grow Master lights featuring SolarOasis technology

Orchid stand in Depoe Bay, Oregon

"I thought you might like a picture of my orchid stand. I typically use it for my orchids which are not bloom, but added in some to give it color. My blooming orchids usually decorate my windows. I use the top shelf for orchids (like cattleyas) which require high light and the second shelf for orchids which require a lower light (phaleonopsis). I have experienced good root and foliage growth as well as blooms. I do not use any other supplemental lighting. After some amount of experimentation I found that 18" from the foliage top was more than enough distance for high light loving orchids (3500 fc)."

"I’m going to take the LGM3 to the Central Coast Orchid Society to show folks the actual bar. I have taken them data and the indoor orchid growers have been very interested. It is so nice to be able to have your orchids in a room that doesn’t require special cooling due to the heat produced from lights. Now with my LGM3 I can use that bottom shelf I have been using for storage!" ( top )

Chris and Fernanda of northern Virginia brought their tomato crop in earlier by using SolarOasis technology to give their seedlings an early start

Fernanda shows off her tomato garden

"We put our four baby tomato plants (shown here) under a SolarOasis light for about three weeks in mid March for 12 hours a day; the plants grew several inches taller and noticeably bushier in that period. In mid-April we planted them in our garden in our front yard. We tend to have highly unpredictable spring weather in Northern Virginia (we live 10 miles West of Washington, D.C.), and this year was unusually wet, without much sun through June. However, we were eating tomatoes from these plants around July 10th, and we have hardly had a dinner since then when we did not eat tomatoes or shared with our neighbors. The plants are now 5-and 1/2 to 6-feet tall, and still seem to be growing!"

Great tomatoes!

"Our next-door neighbors also planted tomatoes this year, but they did not have the benefit of using SolarOasis bars; they did not harvest tomatoes until about two weeks after our first harvest, and their plants are not half as tall or bushy as ours."

"We worked extra hard this year to augment our garden soil with leaf mulch and to stake the tomatoes to withstand the thunderstorms that often whip through Northern Virginia in the summer. But I think that the SO lights gave these plants the jump-start to grow as tall as they have and therefore yield more tomatoes. Next Spring we’re going to begin the process of starting the plants under the SolarOasis lights even earlier, so that we might have tomatoes to eat in early-to-mid June. We’re going to try to grow cherry tomatoes under these lights this winter!" ( top )

J. & A. of Oregon experimented with using SolarOasis technology to grow microgreens in their car, and also set up supplemental lighting in full-scale greenhouses

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Tim Visi, owner of Unami Sea Vegetables in Sequim, Washington, uses SolarOasis technology to grow edible kelp and micro-algae

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Former marine fisheries biologiest Tim Visi started Unami Sea Vegetables to grow a variety of edible kelp and micro—algae. The plants are grown in 1,500 gallon tanks illuminated by LEDstick lighting provided by LED Grow Master Global.

"I will say that the lights were a great asset and I have recommended you to several other researchers and people who have asked about them," Mr. Visi noted.

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The photos of Mr. Visi's operation, shown here, "…are pics of the kelp and red macro-algae …everyone who has seen them said it looked fantastic! They are not manipulated in anyway; that is how they appear!"

Additional information about Mr. Visi's endeavors can be found in this article in the Sequim Gazette.

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