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Things to Know About Lighting

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by roosterfish, Mar 16, 2007.


    Hotshot123 Well-Known Member

    No, it look pretty much like it does there, just standing up right, with a lot of leaves on it. ha
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    ky man Well-Known Member

    that plant looks killer.what strain is it? ky
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    ky man Well-Known Member

    I would love to know where to get seeds at from a plant like that if you can I would like a pm of where to order them seeds at..ky........I would like to try that stran out doors and see how shed grow..ky
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    ky man Well-Known Member

    or mabey indoor this winter.ky
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    Hotshot123 Well-Known Member

    (Medusa) I can't find how to PM, but they come from many company's. Mind came from (Seedsman)

    JJARTS Member

    But guys, why trying to innovate about lights when I see in amazon a MH 1000 W for less than $40
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    testiclees Well-Known Member

    Nothing against your lamp but 420 is populated with the least saavy, most prone to group think, anti-science and pro advertiser led dolts than any stoner site ive visited. Theywere Pled's biggest cheerleaders than later banned them. lol clot of greedy half asses in charge there.
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    Nic Barlor

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    Hotshot123 Well-Known Member

    As far as I know all bulbs and ballast are made in China in the same factory. They put name brand on some of them, and other names on the others. I have never had a problem with the no name bulbs, when I use to use MH/HPS, so I don't think there is really much difference, if any at all.

    Hotshot123 Well-Known Member

    Just found this picture.
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    Nic Barlor

    Nic Barlor Member

    Thanks for the reply, Hotshot.

    Okay, good to know. That frees up some capital in my budget, considering the fact that the Narva bulbs are 4-5x the price of no name bulbs and about 3x as much as a Philips bulb.
    I'll probably just stick with a Philips bulb for flowering and think about a no-name or a Philips for veg.

    What a magnificent specimen! :weed:
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    Michiganjesse Well-Known Member

    Thanks hope they don't steal mine
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    Saskatchewan New Member

    Dr Atomic in this Bitch

    S'sloegro Active Member

    Will your plants tell you if you're giving them too much light(not heat)? In veg or flower?
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    Hotshot123 Well-Known Member

    From what I understand you can't give plants too much light, but the plants only need a certain amount for a certain area, if you give more light in that area then it needs, it want effect your plants as far as I know, it just will only produce a certain amount of bud, so you can put to much light on them, but it doesn't hurt the bud, just doesn't produce any more than the maximum amount of light that the plant picks up in a maximum space.. I hope you understand, it is very hard for me to explain. JMO Good luck and happy growing. And I think the answer to your question is NO.
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    RangiSTaxi Active Member

    im too stone to read past your first line ill be honest

    yes you can give the girls too much light , past 58,000 lux too much ...any light source, and if you disagree ill feed you to the mother in law.

    god help you
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    Javadog Well-Known Member

    This is not a species of plant that requires a dark period, as some do.
    That much is true.
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    HenshawEukrin Member

    very helpful to me,thank you

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