10 Best Professional LED Grow Lights: Your Buyer’s Guide (2018)

Professional cannabis growers need the highest quality equipment in their grow rooms. Everything from ventilation to nutrients to lighting needs to be top of the line in order to produce massive, high quality buds. The best professional LED grow lights give you big yields and high quality buds. Whether you sell to a dispensary or keep your weed for personal use, you will not get great results with sub-par equipment. In this article we are going to go over the top 10 best LED grow lights for pro growers. LED lights are definitely the way to go in a professional grow operation. LEDs are superior to traditional HID or HPS because they offer a wide band spectrum without wasting energy in the form of heat. This means less risk of burning your plants, less ventilation needed, and less chance of nutrient burn, which happens when overheated plants become too thirst and suck up way too much nutrient solution. You will spend less money on the lights themselves as well, because although LEDs cost more upfront, they do not require nearly as much maintenance as HPS, which need to have their bulbs replaced once per year or more. In this article we are going to focus on lights that are 600W an...

‘Toy Story 4′ Review: Have We Finally Outgrown This Beloved Franchise? : NPR

In the fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise, Bonnie comes home from kindergarten with Forky, a plastic fork with googly eyes and pipe cleaner hands voiced by Tony Hale. Sheriff Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) has aged into an avuncular figure. Pixar hide caption In the fourth installment of the Toy Story franchise, Bonnie comes home from kindergarten with Forky, a plastic fork with googly eyes and pipe cleaner hands voiced by Tony Hale. Sheriff Woody (voiced by Tom Hanks) has aged into an avuncular figure. The Toy Story movies are about the secret lives of dolls and action figures that find their deepest fulfillment in a child’s embrace. But they’re really about what it means to be human: the joys of love and friendship and the pains of rejection and loss. But even more than the earlier films, Toy Story 4 feels haunted by the idea of impermanence. What happens when we outgrow something we once cherished? To put it another way: After three Toy Story movies, do we really need a fourth? The director, Josh Cooley, and the writers, Andrew Stanton and Stephany Folsom, seem to have wrestled hard with that question, and they’ve come up with an entertaining if not ...