The Philips 75-Watt BR30 Agro Plant Flood Light Bulb features a medium base and a BR30 shape that are compatible with track and recessed lighting. This plant flood light provides light for healthy indoor plant growth.
Brightness: 700 Lumens
Estimated yearly energy cost: $9.03 (based on three hours/day, 11c/kWh. cost depend on rates and use)
Life: 1.8 years (based on three hours/day)
Light appearance: 2700K (soft white)
Energy used: 75-Watt
Lumens per Watt: 9.3
Uses 0% less energy compared to a standard incandescent light bulb
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Yes, 0.9 years. Please see package for details.
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out of 174 reviews
83% recommend this product
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May 5, 2020
My plants are greener
My plants are greener
Dec 7, 2017
Love this light! My plants have been perking up over the early winter months with this light. B...
Love this light! My plants have been perking up over the early winter months with this light. Because this light does emit heat, I have it set on a timer to go in 1 hour intervals in the evenings using an Defiant Outlet Timer. I read the reviews and saw that this light can really cook or dry out the plants. I have notice that my plants don't get too warm having the light turn on/off as needed. I also have my light about 3-4 feet from my plants. I was afraid that the light would emit noticeably blue light, but actually I feel its like a soft bright white. It's actually quite soothing.
5 people found this helpful
Dec 27, 2016
After leaves began dropping (4-5 per day) from a new Schefflera arboricola plant placed in my off...
After leaves began dropping (4-5 per day) from a new Schefflera arboricola plant placed in my office, the plant maintenance guy told me it was no getting enough light. I installed an Argo BR30 plant lamp in a clamp on fixture and within one day the leaves stopped dropping. after I week I had several new stalks of leaves growing from the center top, and three weeks later they are bright, shiny and fully grown with more coming - what a difference! I am running the lamp about 8 hours per day, but will reduce the time because I think the plant is growing too fast!
3 people found this helpful
Dec 3, 2016
Needed something for when the plants are brought in the house for winter. This bulb seems to be d...
Needed something for when the plants are brought in the house for winter. This bulb seems to be doing the trick as the plants are doing nicely.
2 people found this helpful
Jun 26, 2016
Our orchids love this bulb
I just picked this bulb at random, looking for something to help our tabletop orchids through the winter. I put in in our dining room fixture about 12 inches above the tallest one. They really thrived under it. We use it year round now. I created a larger reflective cover for it, raised it a few inches, and moved some other house plants underneath. It seems to have the right spectrum for our purposes. I had an issue with the first bulb burning out after about 15 minutes. We've had two since then which have lasted at least a year each. (I've had that same experience with other light bulbs too. Sometimes you just pick a lemon. :) ). I would definitely recommend trying this bulb for a dining table mini-garden, or similar arrangement, etc.
4 people found this helpful
Jan 28, 2015
75-WATT AGRO PLANT LIGHT BR30 FLOOD LIGHT BULB
I bought n2 of these PLANT LIGHT BULBS and my living room has constant beautiful flowers even though outside is covered with snow and ice and very cold temps every day. Beautiful plants and blooms chase away the winter blues,
7 people found this helpful
Mar 12, 2013
I really like this Phillips plant light and I'm getting good results.
This is the first time I've tried a grow light for my seedlings. It's another rainy March in the Northwest and I wanted to give my seedlings some extra warmth and light. This lamp casts a nice broad light on my seed tray, and is very easy to position with an aluminum clamp light socket.
29 people found this helpful
Nov 3, 2021
These bulbs are just the right wattage for healthy indoor...
These bulbs are just the right wattage for healthy indoor plants