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Planned Obsolescence?


Planned Obsolescence:
The Path to Hell on Earth is Paved with Uneeded Waste.

Planned obsolescense is a common corporate practice when designing modern products. There is even a article, on Wikipedia, of an international orgnaization, The Phoebus Cartel, the aim is to continue the application of planned obsolescence as organized way of doing business.

This business and website makes every attempt to provide proven products, ones that are built to last, that are built with purpose, ones that will serve your needs, that use energy more effiiciently, and serve them well for many years to come.  The best effort is made to supply products that will add the least to energy consumption pollution and to toxics in the landfills when these products to eventually fail.

  • Inda-Gro Lights: Different in that obsolescence has be planned out, reliability in, and for the very long term! Inda-Gro Lights are a perfect match as stand alone lights, best in the Greenhouse and great Indoors, a winner with general Horticulture, for Aeroponics, Aquaponics, Aquaculture, Aquariums. and Hydroponics. Efficient, long life, 70,000+ hours, little spectrum slump.  
  • Discrete Spectra Lamps: Micro-Lighting produces accelerated chlorophyll production and higher yields, with little added energy. Efficient, long life, Indoors, in the Greenhouse, and Outdoors!
  • WX-C Series 150Watt Grow Lights: Commercial Quality for long life, efficient, dependable output, easy to recycle.
  • PLasma Lighting System, - PLS by LG: HIgh quality broad spectrum microwave induction lighting.  NO MERCURY, ZERO! Long Life, efficient, low lamp depreciation.

The Right Path: A sustained effort to replace energy gulping products, coupled to sustainable, renewable, low pollutant energy sources, replacing depleteable product resources with renewables (like hemp), and reforesting the planet. The path back to Eden!

Use the links to the left to learn more about products offered here ones with planned reliability.

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