What Does Ultra High Frequency (UHF) Mean?
Ultra high frequency, or UHF, is defined as the process of exposing plants to high-frequency electromagnetic fields in order to trigger photosynthesis. Higher frequency levels are known to increase levels of chlorophyll concentration in plants. As a result, this process prevents discoloration and eases the photosynthesis process as chlorophyll concentration provides enough green plant surface area for photosynthesis. All of which improves plant yields.
Maximum Yield Explains Ultra High Frequency (UHF)
Grow lights like UHF are known to facilitate plant growth through light triggered photosynthesis. This type of lighting is used to compensate for the lack of natural light in the desired harvest area. UHF can be used in shade areas during daylight or to maximize yield during night time. Lack of light can tremendously alter the plants so grow lights like UHF can significantly contribute towards the yield of plants.
Studies have shown that plants that are exposed to UHF electromagnetic fields have significantly different results than plants that are not exposed to UHF electromagnetic fields. One of the major differences in plants exposed to UHF is the increased levels of chlorophyll. This is significant not only because it eases the process of photosynthesis but also because it releases more oxygen into the air.