Vert(600+400) 5 plant, from Ukraine with love

Sedan

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Two weeks after flipping lights, light defo. I gotta admit that i flip it too early, cant get full potential of the screen. Plants are now about 115cm tall from top of soil, probably going to grow 5-10cm more, i wished that they would be about 150cm but maybe next time! View attachment 4957775View attachment 4957782View attachment 4957784
As soon as the "dandelions" appear (about a week more), you cut off the large leaves that get in the way, and distribute the branches. Just cut off without fanaticism)) Do it carefully and gently.
 

Sedan

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Thats next level man... Amazing!!
Diameter is about 1m?
Thank you!

Yes, this time I'm doing well. I plan to get an exceptional result.

Yes, the installation diameter is about one meter. The size of the tent is also 1mX1m.

In the tent, the plants rested against the ceiling, I will install the grid on the ceiling today, because at pre-flowering, they will grow another 20 cm ... I will distribute the upper branches on the ceiling. Thus, I use the entire working area.

PS In the installation, the lower lamp is 600 watts, the upper one is 400 watts.
 
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tuksu6000

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Thank you!

Yes, this time I'm doing well. I plan to get an exceptional result.

Yes, the installation diameter is about one meter. The size of the tent is also 1mX1m.

In the tent, the plants rested against the ceiling, I will install the grid on the ceiling today, because at pre-flowering, they will grow another 20 cm ... I will distribute the upper branches on the ceiling. Thus, I use the entire working area.

PS In the installation, the lower lamp is 600 watts, the upper one is 400 watts.
Okay nice. Im probably going to copy that kind of upper screen to my vert and keep smaller plant on door. My plant on the door gets way too bushy and its blocking light from cornersIMG_20210811_180919.jpg
 

tuksu6000

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Little over three weeks after flipping. I put that 600w hps light in. Havent use that for a while and almost forget how bright it really is. IMG_20210814_112537.jpgIMG_20210814_112406.jpg
Doorguy:
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Dilago

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Hi there, still looking great in here Sedan!

Rebuilding my ledstrip lamps for vertical growing is too much of a hassle at this point. I do have nine cobs that i could make a vertical lamp from with three sides with each three cobs. Or four sides with each side two cobs. Or a lamp of two sides with four cobs on each side. The cobs are 50 watts each and can be increased to over a 100 watts each. But then they are almost as hot as hps, so that is not desirable. What do you suggest?
 

Sedan

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Little over three weeks after flipping
Great, Bro!

Rebuilding my ledstrip lamps for vertical growing is too much of a hassle at this point. I do have nine cobs that i could make a vertical lamp from with three sides with each three cobs. Or four sides with each side two cobs. Or a lamp of two sides with four cobs on each side. The cobs are 50 watts each and can be increased to over a 100 watts each. But then they are almost as hot as hps, so that is not desirable. What do you suggest?
Hi Bro!

Show me a photo or draw, I don’t understand in words.
 

tuksu6000

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Hi there, still looking great in here Sedan!

Rebuilding my ledstrip lamps for vertical growing is too much of a hassle at this point. I do have nine cobs that i could make a vertical lamp from with three sides with each three cobs. Or four sides with each side two cobs. Or a lamp of two sides with four cobs on each side. The cobs are 50 watts each and can be increased to over a 100 watts each. But then they are almost as hot as hps, so that is not desirable. What do you suggest?
Didnt ask me, answer anyway.
Depends on size of ur growing space. If u got basic 2m height tent i would propably try that 3 lights 3 sides so u can use all 9. Are u using that same Silo Method with that kind of cylinder screen?
Can u put photo of these lights u are working with?
 

Dilago

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Thanks for the replies. I can't take a picture a.t.m. and hope the drawing is clear.

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They are basically three lamps (130 cm x 25 cm) separately with each three cobs. So keeping three together is preferable. The tent is a Gorilla Shorty 150 x i believe 175 cm.
 

tuksu6000

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Thanks for the replies. I can't take a picture a.t.m. and hope the drawing is clear.

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They are basically three lamps (130 cm x 25 cm) separately with each three cobs. So keeping three together is preferable. The tent is a Gorilla Shorty 150 x i believe 175 cm.
I see. I would try make shape like this:
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Seems to be easyest. Is ur tent 150cm wide? Thats pretty much, not sure if there would be enough power on lights. I havent ever try cobs so hard to say. But good luck if u try!
 
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