I'm not sure if links are allowed, so in case it gets deleted, its a 24 watt (125w equiv) LED floodlight, and the color is 3000k. I'm wondering if its possible to use LED floodlights in general, and also how much of a difference a 3000k light would make verses a 2700k for flowering. I know 3000k is okay, but how much of a difference in quality and amount of bud would it make?
Not sure, i'd say it's close enough to 2700k but I would expect it to take more than a couple of them to get decent results. Probably better off as supplemental lights?
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Im going to say you probably can, but your yield would be pretty small
Has anyone every grown with an LED floodlight? They're bright, and they don't make much heat, so if their the right spectrum, shouldn't it be fine?
waste of money, you don't have to be a genious to know you're better off with an ufo
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Well i'm gonna tell you that I bought a couple of eco smart led bulbs atHD last year for house hold lighting, not one is still functioning, my Philips led light bulbs are all still working.....so maybe see if HD sells something similar made by Philips instead of their own junk brand eco smart.....good luck