It's time to get this show on the road. The side by side between the AT600 led and a 1000w hps. Led tech is not something of the future, it's here now and that is what I'm trying to show this round...I never said it's cheap. I had a great run last round with just the at600. It impressed me a lot and as usual, the quality was world class. Yield was good(503g), but this round I WILL push that up as far as I can. I could say this or that about why things were how they were, but the only way to know for sure, is to do them(led and hps) at the same time and see what the grower(me in this case) makes of each. I was a 1000w guy before I switched to led's 4 years ago, so it's not my first rodeo with either lights. I will be trying to max out the potential Up till the flip(4days ago) the all 12 plants were together/unseparated being vegged in 1gallons by 1(for 5days), 2(for 10days), and 3(for 14days), AT120's. And were transplanted to the 5gallons on day 12 in there. So here is the setup and plan for flower There is a light divider separating two 4x4 spaces. One will be lit by the 1000hps and the other by the apache at600. Pretty simple, the only difference in the grow will be the light source so we will get to see for real, if an led of lesser wattage than it's hps counterpart can match it's performance. Plants- 12 Blue Dream clone only's(6 per light) Lights- Apache AT600 led, 1000hps(Hortilux super hps on a solis tek ballast in a raptor hood) Space- 7.5Wx11Lx7H room but only about 4x8 being used this grow...two 4x4 sections. Medium/containers- 50%/50% mix of "organic gourmet 420 mix" soil and black gold pure coco in 5 gallon G-lite fabric pots Nutrients- General Organics basic line(Grow, Bloom and CalMg) plus grow more seaweed extract. And alternate with Boogie Brew "vegainc compost tea"(kind of an oxymoron). Ventilation/humidity- 6" value inline(a little on the loud side) with a Phresh filter constantly [email protected] Day 3 is the first flower update... [video=youtube;IWXCGkU3Tb4]https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=IWXCGkU3Tb4[/video] Updates weekly(hopefully more often). I also have the veg full video documented too, just follow the video to youtube and they are all there.