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    LED grow lights

    Grow your business with Philips LED grow lights


    Natural light often falls short on giving crops what they need to grow and flourish. With Philips professional LED grow lights you can control many aspects of crop growth to get better business results. Whether you produce vegetables, fruits or flowers – in a greenhouse, vertical farm or other indoor facility – we offer a choice of the best LED grow lights for your specific crop. Our tried and tested horticulture LED grow lights can help you increase yields, quality and consistency of your crop.

    Greenhouse led grow lights

    Greenhouse led grow lights


    Greenhouse growers around the world use Philips indoor grow lights to improve vegetable, fruit and floriculture crops. Whether you are looking to improve propagation, growth of young plants or commercial-scale yields, Philips offers the best LED grow lights and the GrowWise Control System to improve results for any situation. Our range of horticulture LED grow lights can be used for greenhouses with standard benches, high-wire set-ups, hydroponic systems and more.

    Vertical farming led grow lights

    Vertical farming led grow lights


    Pioneers in vertical farming are leveraging Philips innovative LED grow lights to grow a range of crops indoors in climate-controlled facilities without sunlight. These facilities are ideal for propagating young plants, cultivating leafy greens, herbs and fruits, and rapidly developing new varieties of seeds. Philips offers a range of professional LED grow lights and the GrowWise Control System to help growers achieve higher yields on a smaller footprint and steer unique properties of crops, like enhanced flavor, nutritional value and shelf life.

    Grow with the pros

    • A whole season of hybrid tomato cultivation

      A whole season of hybrid tomato cultivation

      A stronger plant, higher fruit weight and more uniformity in growth; these are the results of illuminated tomato cultivation when combining Philips GreenPower LED top lighting compact and SON-T lighting. Thus a hybrid light solution.

    Leverage proven results from Philips Light Recipes


    Philips light recipes capture all the elements of lighting that steer plant growth. They are the result of hundreds of trials and projects between Philips Horticulture Lighting, growers and researchers to investigate how the LED grow light spectrum affects various crops and growing phases of plants. Today, we offer a wide array of LED grow light recipes, based on proven results for specific varieties, growth phases and cultivation set-ups.

    What is a light recipe?

    Explore our horticultural segments

    Vegetables & Fruits

    Vegetables & Fruits

    High wire vegetables, leafy greens, herbs and soft fruits


    Improve the quality, consistency and yield of vegetables and fruits, year-round with finely-tuned light recipes. LED grow lights supply the spectrum and intensity that crops need without adding extra heat.



    Cut flowers, potted plants, bedding plants & perennials


    The right light recipe increases flower size, propagation success and production numbers, while shortening crop cycles. LED grow lights give you full control over your plants and indoor climate in all the growth phases.

    Vertical farming

    Vertical farming

    Grow leafy greens, herbs and fruits without daylight


    Producing profitable crops in indoor facilities. LEDs make the dream possible. They provide the optimal growth recipe to, grow healthier, pesticide-free crops, propagate young plants and maximize single or multi-layer yield indoors.

    Light and growth blogs

    • How does light affect plants and people differently?

      How does light affect plants and people differently?

      Plants and people respond differently to light, because people only need relatively little light to see compare to plants that need light as the engine of growth.

    • A night shift in the greenhouse for Signify

      A night shift in the greenhouse for Signify

      Find out why night time is the best time to get accurate LED lighting measurements in a greenhouse.

    • What is the difference between LED and HPS grow lights

      What is the difference between LED and HPS grow lights

      As a grower, you are always looking for the best recipe for growth – ways to optimize results, minimize risks and increase yield. With LED lighting you can control heat and light separately.

    Related cases

    • Wim Peters Kwekerijen

      Wim Peters Kwekerijen

      Peters chose to double the LED lighting with a new hybrid lighting installation that combines Philips GreenPower LED interlighting with HPS.

    • Rudy Raes

      Rudy Raes

      Higher quality and lower costs thanks to LED. Philips Lighting is not only a sparring partner, but also a source of information.

    • GrowUp Urban Farms

      GrowUp Urban Farms

      Growing the best herbs with amazing flavors all year round. We use Philips lighting because it’s got an amazing flavor.

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