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  • Tazard
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    This is what 115k lux and probably some heat has done to the top.
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    This is a few inches away and at about 100k lux.
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    This one is few more inches away looks great and is at 90k lux.
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    this is is a side view of the first one.

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  • steve
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    you can get 500 watt cfl's that use 105 watt's and are self ballast - (1,000 bulbs) one can grow great grows with cfl's + sidelighting (up to 4 quart jars per plant !!!!!

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  • Vapo69
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    That's one big bud dude......nice

  • Tazard
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    Sweet looks tasty!!!

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  • Marley
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    Thanks!

  • D.A.A.S.69
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    Oh Yeah, Marley that's nice.

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  • Marley
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    In regards to my last post, I screwed up. That's not the LED I used, although I do own it and use it as a side light. The plant I posted was grown under this one.

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/product/B0...?ie=UTF8&psc=1



    took these this morning


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  • greenpumkinking
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    I found the HPS that can be found in small flood lights work awesome I picked up a 300w for $60 at local department store and grew 4, 5+ foot giants in a 2.5X2.5 spot and just about to harvest with one light

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  • Tazard
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    I use (5) of these in various capacities.
    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B00PH...mbL&ref=plSrch
    Last edited by Tazard; 09-02-2017, 09:02 PM.

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  • Marley
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    I'm harvesting this plant tomorrow




    grown entirely under this

    https://www.amazon.com/gp/aw/d/B01B4...Q5L&ref=plSrch

    It's my first grow entirely under only LED (didn't have room under my HPS) and I'm happy with the results, especially considering it finished in just over 2 months and the buds are super dense.

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  • Tazard
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    Oh yeah if it's for more than a day or two I'd buy or borrow a few 3-600w eq LED's (probably cheapest)

  • chicks
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    Yes. I live in Oregon and our rainy season is fast approaching and my girls will not be ready for harvest until the end of September or the beginning of Oct. When it rains and the wind is blowing there just isn't much I can do but try to move them inside.

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  • Tazard
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    Is this only for when it's raining?

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  • greenpumkinking
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    CFL lights only produce nutrients 8 inch to a foot max away from the bulb so would have to be really close to the plant. I might look Into a different light for them.

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  • chicks
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    Indoor Lighting Question

    I have been growing outside but my girls will not be ready to harvest before it gets into our rainy season witch will be a problem for me. I have a finished 2 car garage and have 4 ceiling mounted fixtures with CFL lights that equal 240W and I was wondering if that is enough lighting so that if it rains I can bring the girls inside and keep them dry. If this is not enough wattage how much do I need? I can get bigger CFL lights or should I try to get something else? Any advice is appreciated and thanks in advance.

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