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    1.  
      completenoobie
      completenoobie
      well shit, you've been here a year longer than I and have and contributed so much, and just when I could really use your help, you burn off before I come back. damn the bad luck.
    2.  
      dave_scream
      dave_scream
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      Ckrogue
      Ckrogue
      Hey jiji can you PM me, I be quite interested in some of ye knowledge. Thanks <3
    4.  
      Dodgy_Rasta
      Dodgy_Rasta
      hey hreard ur really helpful.. just want to drop a line as I will be starting a new mid size poroject soon time and have a few questions?
      I
      1. jijiandfarmgang
        jijiandfarmgang
        what are the questions?
        Feb 3, 2016
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      gand3r
      gand3r
      Hey,

      Do u mind having a look at my thread.
      Is this root rot under hydro section. I'd appreciate your opinion if the roots in first post are rot.
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      green217
      green217
      Thanks, you are one of the few people i know on riu running DE. I believe that I've found about my limit. Thanks again for your help
      1. jijiandfarmgang
        jijiandfarmgang
        your welcome. I forgot to mention that was the flowering distance assuming 12-12 light schedule. Gavita shoots for 670 umol m-2 s-1 for veg because of more time under light
        Aug 10, 2015
      2. green217
        green217
        Yes, I am in flowering.
        Aug 10, 2015
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      green217
      green217
      I have that DE fixture in and stable. I have it at just under 30" from canopy. I want to ask u what u think is the limit on distance from the plants? How close should I get it?
      I have a Genesis brand light. Not a gavita brand. I read 40000 lux at canopy now. Should I increase this? I have been reading 75000lux is saturation point for plants. Using Samsung s4 light sensor to get these lux measurements
      1. jijiandfarmgang
        jijiandfarmgang
        The minimal distance between the lamp and the crop. For 600W this is 60cm/2 ft, for 750W this is 70 cm / 2 ft 4 inch, for 1000W this is 90 cm / 3 ft. In larger rooms with many overlapping lights the optimal distance is often even a bit further away. When Gavita does lighting layout designs they design for 1000 umol m-2 s-1 avg across plant canopy.
        Aug 10, 2015
      2. jijiandfarmgang
        jijiandfarmgang
        I'm thinking you should be ok with that distance with a wider reflector.
        Aug 10, 2015
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      green217
      green217
      Thanks. 7ft ceilings have me stuck though.
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      green217
      green217
      Hello. Saw I a thread that u run gavita 1000 pro. I have a chance to get one for a great deal. I am concerned about heat though. Will it produce much more heat than an air cooled hood with 1000w hps?
      1. jijiandfarmgang
        jijiandfarmgang
        Thats a subjective question. The gavita is a superior light, you should make your environment work for it, not work around your current environmental setup.
        Jul 2, 2015
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      JOLLYRODGER
      JOLLYRODGER
      Hello, You have seemingly always been a wealth of information to all fellow growers. I have 4 weeks to go based on the Botanicare feeding schedule. The buds are really filling in but I have flowers growing on the top as new growth. The sugar leaves seem to be restricted to smaller than the Trichomes. Are the buds stopping growth or are they just controlling the foliage. I will post on my pld thread.
      Thank You
      1. jijiandfarmgang
        jijiandfarmgang
        I wouldn't follow a nutrient schedule, follow your plants. Not exactly sure what your saying here, but it sounds like your describing foxtailing. However lookin at your photos your plants look good (for leds). It's no secret I don't like LED lighting. I'm not a botanist so I can't describe the process, but foliage growth comes to a stand still and all energy is put into flowers for reproduction purposes.
        Oct 24, 2014
      2. JOLLYRODGER
        JOLLYRODGER
        Thank You for the reply. Is foxtailing a concern? Thank you again.
        Oct 24, 2014
      3. jijiandfarmgang
        jijiandfarmgang
        Not a botanist again but imho, some strains are genetically predisposed to foxtailing. Nothing to worry about. It makes the flowers look a little strange. When the non-foxtail part is ready to harvest, the plant is ready to harvest.
        Oct 24, 2014
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      motojustin44
      motojustin44
      Can you take some time to help me with my grow room design? You seem like you know your stuff.
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      TheGreenHornet
      TheGreenHornet
      so.. Jiji.. you into long distance relationships?
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      bravedave
      bravedave
      Thx for following through, btw. I follow you because of your no-nonsense style. I like it. Everything is looking great in the FG thanks to people like yourself, I believe. Its a beautiful day.
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      bravedave
      bravedave
      Hi, I have a post in the Newbie section concerning watering and I wondered if you might take a look...titled something like second water after transplant.
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