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Originally Posted by overTHEman
This grow was defined by a few major principals, each of which was experimental to my experience. The new growing situation, its experimental lighting, and the implementation of 99.9% organic gardening techniques are the three components that will be addressed in this review.
The tent measures 1.5'x2.5'x3' wlh from Gotham Hydroponics; it proved to be an effective microgrowing space and it fits in the surrounding closet with just enough room to run ventilation
Originally Posted by Triplezero1
Check out this link. http://www.drsfostersmith.com/produc...LAID=525426348
im thinking of the same idea.
Originally Posted by pr0fesseur
Trust me when i say your better off using the ferrite on the power cable... the small ferrites are not to great @ eliminating EMI... Remember the ferrite has to be as close to the core as possible... buy a ferrite for the exact outer diameter of the cord... they CANNOT be loose!
Also you can buy a POWER RF FILTER or even RF fabric shielding http://www.lessemf.com/fabric.html I use this to make my back room a faraday cage. just remember to ground the fabric. You can even wrap your ballast
Originally Posted by MurshDawg
here's a little update. These bulbs are freaking amazing! Surely those with sound logic and reason have already came to this conclusion
Originally Posted by brainalive
Noob alert! (duh). I'm a PhD student, studying biology (with a physics & mathematics background), though I'm not a botanist. The pr0f's approach really appeals to me! I'm going to try and advance things a little bit on the experimental side, once I'm satisfied that I have something to add. For now, a bit of an analytical contribution, and some more points for discussion.
I used bitmap-images of emission spectra of various bulbs (found these by following