hi need help

Discussion in 'LED and other Lighting' started by zuzuj, Jan 6, 2017.

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    zuzuj

    zuzuj New Member

    i want to grow 2 plants in house ,hid lights are out of question
    so friend give me 60w 200+ grow light with 3 kind of light (it light pink)
    i screw it in lamp and put tinny usb fan to make breeze over plants

    now problem is leaves look like something fry them or dry them even i add 2x more water from outside
    soil get dry faster inside then outside

    i read that you talk 100+ even 1kw lights ,and led burning plants
    so i wonder how 60w bulb can burn if 170w is minimum by you?
    i have light cca 40cm or 14'' away

    thanks
     
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    zuzuj

    zuzuj New Member

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    PicklesRus

    PicklesRus Well-Known Member

    Post picture of your problem under regular lighting
     
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    rickyrozayyy

    rickyrozayyy Well-Known Member

    Pics. I have no imagination lol
     
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    zuzuj

    zuzuj New Member

    sorry wasnt make any pictures ,and plants are gone now ,,
    have baby tomatoes now, 1 week old and will see will it repeat

    leaves start to dry like in autumn ,and plant (chilly pepper) die in week after that
     
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    plug909ie

    plug909ie New Member

    First time growing can anyone tell me how old are they and if they are healthy
     

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    Olive Drab Green

    Olive Drab Green Well-Known Member

    Like, a week old maybe, and seemingly pretty healthy.
     
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    rickyrozayyy

    rickyrozayyy Well-Known Member

    Those look pretty good. Keep them happy
     
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    plug909ie

    plug909ie New Member

    Can anyone help me and tell me what is wrong?
     

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    VegasWinner

    VegasWinner Well-Known Member

    If the leaves are dry the light is too hot and too close. back off the light, raise it up, and that may help.
     
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    VegasWinner

    VegasWinner Well-Known Member

    soild looks to wet and the plants are not getting enough oxygen, drowning. let the soil dry out before you water again. too much love can hurt.
     
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    plug909ie

    plug909ie New Member

    I maked whole on the bottom for the water
     
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    plug909ie

    plug909ie New Member

    Well they survive ? I found them in my backyard and it just rained last night and i found them can anyone help please
     

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