What Does Chlorophyll B Mean?
Chlorophyll within a plant’s fibers is what makes the plant's foliage appear green. However, chlorophyll also plays an important role in the plant’s overall life and growth. The plant uses chlorophyll to absorb sunlight and the light from grow lights. Upon absorption, the plant uses the light to successfully synthesizes CO2 and water for survival.
Chlorophyll is broken into two categories: chlorophyll A and chlorophyll B. The two differ very little. Chlorophyll A can absorb light from 430 to 662 nanometer spectrums and chlorophyll B absorbs wavelengths from 400 to 700 nanometers.