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315W CMH SIngle Plant DWC SCROG.

Discussion in 'Grow Journals' started by TheStickMan, Oct 9, 2016.

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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    Hello and welcome to my grow journal. I have recently replaced my 400w HPS for the 315w CMH/CED/LEC, whatever ya wanna call it! This will be the first complete grow I do with it and I am hoping for great things!
    Please feel free to comment.
    Cheers :grin:
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    The light.
    Dimlux 315w CMH. image.png image.png image.png
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    1metre square tent, lined with Orca.
    25 litre DWC bucket.
    Liftable SCROG screen lined with Orca.
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    The Plant.
    Critical + 2.0 by Dinafem.

    DAY 7. image.png
     
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    calliandra

    calliandra Well-Known Member

    assuming you didn't slay and skin a whale there lmao :bigjoint:

    Maaaan, now of all the awesome....! :clap: :clap: :clap:
    Très chic, monsieur!!
    That new scrog design looks simply amazing!
    Is that tubing in the back? What's that for?
     
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    calliandra

    calliandra Well-Known Member

    Hey hello hardy babe :D
    Tad crisp lol, but looks at those side shoots she's starting to push out nonetheless!
    I think you got yourself a real survivor there :weed:
     
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    Fevs

    Fevs Well-Known Member

    Good luck with you grow. I use 315w cmh. It's brilliant! :cool:
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    Thank you very much! It's going to make life so much easier being able to lift it and suspend it whilst I change the water and clean the bucket out!
    The Orca reflects light better than the white walls of a tent or Mylar, I had a load left from when I lined the tent ages ago so thought I may as well use it, reflect that light back up and keep the reservoir nice and cool!
    The ducting is just a passive intake, no fan fitted, pulling fresh air from outside.
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    Yeah I had foliar sprayed her a while before the photo and I've switched the lamp to 250w setting, it may have fried her a bit lol I'm still trying to find the right spot, I'm going to move the light further away or switch back to a lower setting.
    Just can't wait for the growth to explode!
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    Cheers! Have you got a journal to look at? Are you in soil or hydro?
     
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    horribleherk

    horribleherk Well-Known Member

    hey stickman you really pulled out all the stops this time that whole setup is something I would be proud of I ordered a 340 w. led that is supposed to be a 600w. Hps replacement I'm gonna line my room with a thermal barrier material I got off a job site when I was working I've done a lot of research on lights & the 315 is solid people re getting 400 gram yields in soil so I honestly believe you're gonna be happy
     
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    Fevs

    Fevs Well-Known Member

    I grow in soil. I recently did an autoflower journal. Only 5 pages of journal, got lots of buds back from my cmh units lol

    http://www.rollitup.org/t/autoflowers-under-lec-cmh.916374/

    I'm doing another journal now with Grimm Brothers C'99 regs + Grimmidica regs, but have a property visit this week coming, so have hidden all my plants in a pc grow case.

    You are not going to regret switching to cmh :D
     
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    calliandra

    calliandra Well-Known Member

    Oooo C99, THE princess of all! :D
     
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    Fevs

    Fevs Well-Known Member

    It is indeed! I love growing photoperiods, with auto's it's a bit like a factory line. Photoperiods are like art. They have been in tiny pots for 2 weeks, so are starting to get a bit stressed out.

    I love everything about C'99, speed, taste, high, flavor, vigour... She's got it all lol
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    Cheers Herk! I'm really proud with how the screen turned out, it tested my DIY skills and my patience! lol
    That light sounds great can't wait to see it in action, It sounds like you will easily piss a pound with that!
    My aim is to get over half a kilo this time around! :shock:
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    Nice one, i'll swing by and take a look! What yields are you getting? And nice choice of seeds there!
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    I will take Cinderella to the Ball one day, another strain on the list! But next time will be Blue Dream and I think Strawberry Amnesia after that then maybe i'll get a C99 on the go! :razz:
     
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    calliandra

    calliandra Well-Known Member

    Is that in January or later by any chance?
     
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    calliandra

    calliandra Well-Known Member

    It was the C99 that made me think of 1 plant scrogs in my closet - and brought me to RIU!
    Thinking of getting a big pot and growing one after my move :D
     
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    TheStickMan

    TheStickMan Well-Known Member

    This grow should be chopped around Christmas/New Year all being well. 2 weeks seedling/shite slow time then 4 weeks veg, then 7/8 weeks flower. Ooo I haven't taken transition time into consideration! So maybe a week or 2 into January!
     
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