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Club 315w lec

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by bob223, Mar 31, 2016.

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    thccbdhealth

    thccbdhealth Well-Known Member


    And after stench your running the 4 bulbs?
    I was initially asking about fixture layout..spacing/distribution.
     
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    ColoradoHighGrower

    ColoradoHighGrower Well-Known Member

    All numbers revised, came in just under *9oz at proper humidity (~55% rh at ~65° f).

    PSA: don't weigh after homebrews and homegrown... :dunce:
     
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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

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    Mr.jojodancer305

    Mr.jojodancer305 Well-Known Member

    Yes. The layout is from left to right
    600, 315,600,315 and the AC pumping from the top down
     
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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

    I agree use the bulbs you got as you replace them. For me its I wont be burning my plants anymore when they get the perfect height.
     
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    AbeFroman

    AbeFroman Well-Known Member

    Here is my current grow in a 5x5 with a 630W LEC a week into flower. I have been using the light for abut 3 years now. I started a 2lbs challenge grow journal thread if anybody is interested in following.

    A few things I have learned to do when I used these is train the plants to have as even of a canopy as possible as low as possible if you have limited vertical space. By limited I mean, I still have 8 foot ceilings and I try and keep them low using lst, supercropping, etc. I also use short and wide 5 gallon Hempy containers.

    This light has been the best investment to date. The bud quality is the best I have ever grown.
     

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    ColoradoHighGrower

    ColoradoHighGrower Well-Known Member

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    pinner420

    pinner420 Well-Known Member

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    Mr.jojodancer305

    Mr.jojodancer305 Well-Known Member

    It hurts to see root rot after veg and it hurts even more to cut them down. But after making an executive decision I will start to flower the remaining 27. No time to recover so I'll try again next time
     
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    DCobeen

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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

    in 2014 my AIS run I lost a plant to root rot also. The plant died but was lucky to get buds ect for Making Bubble/kief. sucks when you get nothing.
     
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    pinner420

    pinner420 Well-Known Member

    20 to 36 zs; no big problems this run keeping my fingers crossed.
     
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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

    you got a room pic that shows it running full? That has my brain working.
     
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    pinner420

    pinner420 Well-Known Member

    Like this...
     
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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

    nice how many plants you put in there?
     
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    pinner420

    pinner420 Well-Known Member

    2 In a 6 x 12. Ive tried more but it's tricky in a small room like that.
     
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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

    that's a nice pull from 2 plants. I'm gonna have to try that one day.
     
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    Javadog

    Javadog Well-Known Member

    That Black Rose has a 3" trunk, or so it seems, Pinner. Awesome!
     
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    ColoradoHighGrower

    ColoradoHighGrower Well-Known Member

    "20 Zs, +/- a pound...." nbd...
     
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    DCobeen

    DCobeen Well-Known Member

    he puts light everywhere towards them. I really what to try that. I think this summer might work.
     

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