LED grow lights for indoor cannabis plants are rising in popularity for their effectiveness and growth yield. This conversation is moderated according to USA TODAY’s community rules. Please read the rules before joining the discussion. Cannabis questions are budding in Michigan ever since the passage of Proposition 1 this past Tuesday during the midterm election, the initiative to legalize recreational marijuana. The biggest question maybe how to grow a cannabis plant in your own home. There are a couple of ways to distribute light when growing cannabis indoors, but LED seems to be among the up-and-coming for home growers. Whatever kind of light you decide to use, whether its an LED, HID or fluorescent, is important: it is the main source of environmental energy that will affect the quality and quantity of your cannabis yield. Light emitting diode (LED) is not a new type of technology: they last a long time, give a full-spectrum of light and create less heat.   Just know that indoor growing takes up a lot of energy, and it is likely that your electricity bill will skyrocket. LED lights, however, use less than half of the energy used by HID, high-intensity discharge, light...