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Vertical cage match, 32K watts, 32 plants

Discussion in 'Vertical Growing' started by legallyflying, Feb 12, 2015.

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    legallyflying

    legallyflying Well-Known Member

    Ok, so I have a thread about this grow as it is a newly constructed warehouse grow but honestly, the thread is full of jack holes and guys that wear diapers.

    Not that I am looking for everyone to pander to me or anything but I really don't feel like explaining why I'm not running LED in my fucking warehouse..or putting god damn solar panels on the roof. Might as well paint a sign....huge medical grow here.

    Anyways, I figured the vertical forum would be less full of dip shits. There comes a time when you really don't have any questions about growing or setup; and you just want to show some people one of the many techniques out there.

    Just installed buckets and cages. Should be ready to put plants in the room in about a week. (still waiting on permits) They will be flipped about a week after that.

    So the low down:
    32 plants
    32 hortilux
    vertical bare bulbs
    DWC with a central reservoir
    two 235 gallon reservoirs
    AC and CO2.. fucking duh
    heavy 16 nutes, weekly biowar tea.
    chillers
    a bunch of other crap that doesn't matter.
    Oh yeah..cages are 28" square. Checkerboard pattern...distance to bulb = 14" at surface of cage.

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    Last edited: Feb 12, 2015
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    lawlrus

    lawlrus Well-Known Member

    Signing in for this one, should be interesting!
     
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    theexpress

    theexpress Well-Known Member

    subbed like a motha fucka
     
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    a senile fungus

    a senile fungus Well-Known Member

    I'm down like a clown. Lol @ 32watts in the title!
     
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    legallyflying

    legallyflying Well-Known Member

    Lol. Ooops.... we are going to flower with one single CFL
     
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    a senile fungus

    a senile fungus Well-Known Member


    Vert trees man! Vert trees!
     
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    bigmanc

    bigmanc Well-Known Member

    holy shit, im actually planning this but 24lights. Like the idea of the cages. Please do some big fuckin hash plant bushs please..please pleaseeeee.

    Pulling the chair up to perverts row :clap:
     
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    Merlin34

    Merlin34 Well-Known Member

    I'll be checking this out for sure. I'm always looking to learn.

    Sent from Northern Colorado.
     

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    legallyflying

    legallyflying Well-Known Member

    Bigmanc. Ypu look super familiar dude!!

    Where you located?
     
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    butterbudface

    butterbudface Well-Known Member

    subed! good luck!
     
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    Sire Killem All

    Sire Killem All Well-Known Member

    So, what kind of chillers did you end up with?
     
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    bigmanc

    bigmanc Well-Known Member

    Toronto my friend, if your talking about the pic thats ricky from the trailer park boys haha
     
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    legallyflying

    legallyflying Well-Known Member

    Lmao... I was like..this guy looks familiar but jesus, only a dick head would rock a shirt like that.
     
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    ttystikk

    ttystikk Well-Known Member

    That dickhead is richer than we are, just for looking funny.

    Don't it just piss ya off?
     
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    Relax i'll be your Doctor

    Relax i'll be your Doctor Active Member

    Your using one plant per bulb? Sounds badass! and expensive for me. I still haven't given vitical growing a try yet but definitely want to. Care to explain how the system will work?
     
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    legallyflying

    legallyflying Well-Known Member

    It works put like this... of the 32 plants, 18 of them will be basking in 4000 watts. 22 of them get 3000 watts and 3 get a measly 2k watts :(

    Since we are not retarded, we don't grow in coco or soil which equates to way fast growth and great yields.

    Across the board, if we don't have issues, we pull am average of just a cunt hair over 2lb per light.

    The fun comes in when training and trimming the plants. Ever spend 5 hours crouching under cages or standing 6" away from a 1,000 watt bulb? It's SUPER fun!!!

    It sucks dick but you know what doesn't suck dick? Bringing very nice buds to the dispensories, having our patients stoked and watching 20's flip through the bill counter like a happy little waterfall :).

    So that's how it works.

    It looks neat and awesome and all that shit but the reality is its a LOT of work. Plain old blue collar work.
     
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    FilthyFletch

    FilthyFletch Mr I Can Do That For Half

    Should be something good to watch.. Have you used the Heavy 16 nutes before? Im just now looking at them have a few shops trying to push me into using them. I have been trying to contact Heavy 16 as I want to do a side by side grow using their nutes and do a review and write up but they don't reply in the 48 hours their auto responder says.
     
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    Relax i'll be your Doctor

    Relax i'll be your Doctor Active Member

    Sounds like you'll be walking through one awesome jungle! Gotta admit I'm pretty jealous, I'll be following along to see how amazing it turns out :weed:
     
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    francy420

    francy420 Well-Known Member

    Fucking awesome! Is all I can say. I love your sarcasm behind talking about how much fun being a farmer is. Farming is about as menial labor as it gets. But vertical tree farming is much more lucrative. Can't wait to see this.
     
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    Soulkipper

    Soulkipper Active Member

    A flux of 1000 lumens, concentrated into an area of one square metre, lights up that square metre with an illuminance of 1000 lux. However, the same 1000 lumens, spread out over ten square metres, produces a dimmer illuminance of only 100 lux.
    "On the surface of the Earth, the average solar illumination varies between 32,000 and 100,000 lumens per square meter, or lux."

    400 lux Sunrise or sunset on a clear day.
    1000 lux Overcast day; typical TV studio lighting
    10000–25000 lux Full daylight (not direct sun)

    http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Lux
     
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