Discussion in 'CFL / Fluorescent Lighting' started by Garden Knowm, Dec 29, 2007.
CFL's work great for "side-lighting" really improves total yields
Yes,I agree with you harris hawk.
Can someone give me some advice here how am i doing i have grown 6 plants before with no care and was able to get 1oz EACH now i am have really gotten serious and been taking GOOD care how is my plant doing any suggestions 25 days since it popped out of the ground do i need more lighting going to veg for another 2 weeks i think not sure if i should flower NOW or not...HELP Please
You're correct, I've got 400 watts of bulb's on my grow.
This is my first grow, I'm using cfl in a 2x2x4 grow tent. I've done everything wrong, root root, nut burn, and heat stress. I've got all those problems solved. The only other thing has been light distance. Thank you for clearing that up.
Someone should unsticky all the fluoro threads.
Hasn't anyone wondered why this garbage technology still has it's own section while leds are in the "and other" section?
Make this the "other" section. Noobs shouldn't be pointed toward CFL anymore....
I have my cfls about 4 inches and doing well, seem to be getting heat stress
raise them up a couple of inches, cfl is basically a ball lighting, make sure a fan is going across the tops between the bulb and plant, that should take care of that heat stress, need to keep air moving with heat, move cooler air in as the heated air goes away...
for someone who doesn't have much money and wants to start growing, cfls are ok to go with, in time as cfls go away from the stores and such, move over to led bulbs.
my setup cost me less than 80 bucks to build, and i've done many grows with them
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