growing in a wardrobe...

Discussion in 'Stealth / Micro / Cab Growing' started by Serva, Oct 31, 2017.

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    Thebanktella

    Thebanktella Active Member

    This is a nice setup bro , will post mine in a month so once I've finished mine
     
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    Randomblame

    Randomblame Well-Known Member

    Yeah, this stuff is quite effective, because it only takes a thin layer to get the desired insulation. I'm sure you can insulate many strips and COB's with it, if you apply it without many losses it should be enough for a squaremeter or more.
    If possible I would spray as many strips in once as I can to avoid losses.
    I would put the bare strips side by side on a paper pad and isolate/spray them all in one go. This way much less is lost and when everything is dry one can stick the isolated strips on the heatsinks and then ..... happy foliar spraying!
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

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    "Tardis" by Homegrown Natural Wonders
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Look at the killer :clap::clap::clap: how many days in flowering?
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    Thanks, in that picture maybe around day 45. Really unique flowers, and the loudest strain in my cab! Seems to be ready soon, but no amber yet.
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Yean. Pretty unique red flower. Where you get it?
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    haha, here are some pics without the red led lightning (day +/- 50):
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    it's the only girl I got out of a pack of 5, but she was a keeper! 3rd round. Lost the mother recently, and will need to revegg her now. The plant is like incarnted peace :peace:

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    And this is my "Sunshine Daydream" by Bodhi Seeds. My wife calls them snowballs...

    These two are my most favourite plants, happy to harvest them soon again. Last round I chopped them early, because of spider mites.
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Fantastic frosty :clap::clap::clap: But I prefer the amber on Sunshine Daydream:fire::fire:
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    What do you mean? Do you talk about the trichroms?
     
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    Unit Farm System Supply

    Unit Farm System Supply Well-Known Member Rollitup Advertiser

    Sorry bro. Yes, I mean the amber trichroms:blsmoke:
     
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    klozetgrow

    klozetgrow Well-Known Member

    First time in just wanted to say looks amazing, I have quantum kush from home grown tardis was an option too but opted for a black trinity pack from hermetic.may those spider mites rot in hell also. In the process of getting my setup done as well
     

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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    Lovely size... I just can dream about! :sleep:
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    Started with 12/12fs a month ago, line-up for the next months:

    Dark Helmet (Ocean Grown)
    Blood Orange x Genius Thai Extreme (Useful)
    Killer Queen x Sunshine Daydream (private)
    Apollo 11 x Mountain Temple (private)
    Love Triangle (Bodhi)
    Mother Milk (Bodhi)
    C99 x Dragons Blood Hashplant (private)

    Happy to grow these private crosses, will be a nice pheno hunting this year!

    Dark Helmet is already 5 weeks old and started flowering. I am really excited about this plant, it will be my first cookie...
     
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    Kenny Grows

    Kenny Grows Member

    @Serva Nice light builds and flowers. I trust your judgment and you've shown the proof. But how hard do you run the strips that have no alu backing?
     
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    stickyfly

    stickyfly Well-Known Member

    Dude sick build!! How much head room do you have in your space?
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    In this picture at ~100%. But I got 40 gen2 strips to add. Left and right are my previous veg panels with less strips.
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    Thanks!

    There is a slope above, just enough space to mount a filter, a ventilation and an exhaust fan. The white part is 3 ft tall, and the light is mounted at maximum possible height.
     
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    Kenny Grows

    Kenny Grows Member

    Just want to make sure i get you. By 100% you mean 350mA right, cause they're 1 foot?
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    Yes
     
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    Serva

    Serva Well-Known Member

    @Nutria I just changed the strips and did some pics for you. As you see quite simple, nothing fancy. Done two panels within two hours:
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    btw, I LOVE THESE NEW CONNECTORS!!!! So easy to use compared to gen1... (I am using stranded wire) And you can't damage these connectors, so they are really re-usable.

    Nearlly 1800 LEDs:
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    @Randomblame May I ask you once more for help please. I decided for a 3000/3500K spec and no 660/CRI90 addon for now. But I would like to hang two UVB tubes (around 40cm) between the three panels. What would be a cheap way to do so? Can't find anything in the hardwarestore, neither online. But I also have never used fl tubes :D Maybe you can help me?! I remember you also did some selfmade reflectors for them? Btw how did the meat tubes turned out?
     
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    Nutria

    Nutria Well-Known Member

    Thank you! You did drill holes and then used self tapping screws, right?
    Aren't you afraid of the stranded wire breaking inside the connector?
     
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