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New to led's, is my set ok?

Discussion in 'Grow Room Design & Setup' started by Doc GreenThumbs, Feb 8, 2018.

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    Doc GreenThumbs

    Doc GreenThumbs Member

    I am new to indoor growing. I start my outdoor crop inside for the last 20 yrs with a 600w MH light but have never finished a crop indoors due to odour and being lazy. Things are changing now and my illnesses are getting worse. No outdoor crop this year so I bought some gear. I consider myself a very good grower but like all of us, I'm still learning.
    I am running 2 x 450w ViparSpectra reflector edition with a 1000w c.o.b. between them in a 4x4x7 tent. I also have a 6"x12" carbon filter/air scubber, 12" fan, etc.
    Is this a good enough set up? I'm worried about flowering indoors. I don't want to spend a fortune on genetics and gear and get to the flower period and blow it. Which shouldn't be a problem now.
    What are the best nutrients for growing in co-co coir?
    Does anyone know where to find Ocean Grown Seeds? I'm looking for SkunkBeard, Alien Abduction and Jawa Pie strains of genetics if anyone knows where to find any of the above. Thanks all...
     
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    vostok

    vostok Well-Known Member

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    GBAUTO

    GBAUTO Well-Known Member

    I'd say each of the Vipars should be enough for a single plant. What is a 1000w c.o.b.???
     
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    Doc GreenThumbs

    Doc GreenThumbs Member

    Cob led's? www.epicgardening.com/cob-led/ Here's a pic of cob leds and normal leds... The cobs are the bigger 200w chips, four of the on this light
     

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    GBAUTO

    GBAUTO Well-Known Member

    Any more info on that fixture other than the rating(?)
     
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    donte cota

    donte cota Member

    should be good the cob may be a bit overkill but im not sure cause i cant see the footprint/par readings your seeing
     
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    donte cota

    donte cota Member

    also you can find most of those strains on www.lumberjackseedsourcedotcom thats the official ocean grown seeds website its got all their strains that are in stock and you can get on a waiting list for the ones that are out of stock
     

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