Great question! 

If you're growing indoors with a full spectrum light you've likely noticed your plant image analysis hasn't been very accurate. That's because the purple hue cast over your plants by the full spectrum light distorts how the plant symptoms present themselves.

For example, symptoms of nutrient deficiencies often present themselves as a yellowing of plant leaves. If a purple hue is cast over top by a full spectrum light, Canari's image recognition model no longer sees the yellow its trained to detect - it sees purple.

For the most accurate results, turn off your full spectrum light and remove your plants from their tent (if using one) to take a photo in natural light.

Great question! 

If you're growing indoors with a full spectrum light you've likely noticed your plant image analysis hasn't been very accurate. That's because the purple hue cast over your plants by the full spectrum light distorts how the plant symptoms present themselves.

For example, symptoms of nutrient deficiencies often present themselves as a yellowing of plant leaves. If a purple hue is cast over top by a full spectrum light, Canari's image recognition model no longer sees the yellow its trained to detect - it sees purple.

For the most accurate results, turn off your full spectrum light and remove your plants from their tent (if using one) to take a photo in natural light.