Learn More About What’s Causing the Purple Haze Over Arizona
Arizona, Jan 15, 2020—Last Friday, Navajo County posted a photo showing a mysterious pink glow over the night sky. Since this post, CNN, Fox News, USA Today, and others have picked up what is now the #purplehaze viral photo that has opened eyes and caused viewers to scratch their heads in disbelief.
Is it an alien spaceship, aurora borealis, or some solar eclipse? Actually, the glow was found to come from the LED grow lights at Copperstate Farms’ 40-acre cannabis greenhouse in Snowflake, Arizona. The unique hue of the lights comes from our futuristic smart lighting technology at LumiGrow.
This beautiful phenomenon is actually a rare occasion due to the low-lying fog reflecting the light across the night sky. But the story gets really sci-fi once we see what’s going on inside of the marijuana greenhouse.
The futuristic smart lighting is being used to improve crop yields and quality, as well as to control the fundamental ways in which the plants grow. The LED grow lights are wirelessly controlled to customize crop morphology and biochemistry for higher quality plant-based products.
On the LumiGrow website, those interested in the pink glow can actually take a tour inside of Copperstate Farm in the video tour below, but spoiler alert, Prince isn’t playing guitar with smoke billowing around as some of you hoped.
LumiGrow revolutionized horticulture in 2008 with the introduction of the first smart LED grow lights in North America. Today, LumiGrow leads the world forward in grow light innovation with their TopLight and BarLight smart fixtures designed to maximize a growers’ profits. The LumiGrow lights are wirelessly controlled by their smartPAR software to optimize yield, quality, and custom plant traits. LumiGrow lights can be fine-tuned for greenhouse environments by pairing with their award-winning smartPAR Light Sensor to ensure consistent crop production year-round at the lowest energy cost.
LumiGrow has the largest install-base of smart LED grow lights in North America with installations worldwide. For more information about LumiGrow, please see www.lumigrow.com