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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by JustinHemp420 on September 23, 2017, 07:45:56 AM »
Hahaha, didn't think of that one. Freekin trying to imagine showing the rep and just excusing the fact the top is ripped off. I get what your saying in that the quality must have improved for them to offer a 3 year guarantee now.

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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by sesh17 on September 22, 2017, 07:45:10 PM »
well having spoken to their sales rep in our area, they have done a total rework of their products, hence they now offer a 3yr guarantee on their led products if that's anything to go with

It might be a little tricky getting a warranty replacement on a bulb that looks like you've needed to make a meth pyp in a pinch, with seriaas shakes.

Haha true
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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by Totemic on September 22, 2017, 04:14:36 PM »
:-hilarious
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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by narnia on September 22, 2017, 03:20:29 PM »
well having spoken to their sales rep in our area, they have done a total rework of their products, hence they now offer a 3yr guarantee on their led products if that's anything to go with

It might be a little tricky getting a warranty replacement on a bulb that looks like you've needed to make a meth pyp in a pinch, with seriaas shakes.
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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by JustinHemp420 on September 22, 2017, 03:17:18 PM »
Go have a look at what Kelvin is best for veg and for flower and put in a mix of both to cover both aspects. I would if it were mine my light would be 2/3 filled with flower lighting and 1/3 for veg bulbs

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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by JustinHemp420 on September 22, 2017, 03:12:33 PM »
Not my light, but I would imagine he went for the 3k for both veg and flower. 6k is more for the veg part

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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by sesh17 on September 22, 2017, 02:58:30 PM »
Had a friend build this last week I would imagine it would be far more effective. Just my thoughts

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are those lights any good?? we sell those, didn't think it would be viable to use in my grow space
They work better than the CFL bulbs I hear. Light is light and I would think as long as you have the correct Kelvin covered and a good amount of wattage you good to go.
Have another member on another 420 site that built something similar. Will see if I can find it.

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yeh I see you have the warm white bulbs, have you tried the daylight, that's their brightest at 6000k?
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420 News / Re: My first grow with cfls
« Last post by sesh17 on September 22, 2017, 02:56:47 PM »
I would watch the quality of the Flash brand there.

Have attempted using there CFLs (dirt cheap!) 2 fitting fell apart because of heat and found them lying between my plants.
I have two of the LEDs as well that I have just been to scared to  screw in.

Nice set up tho

well having spoken to their sales rep in our area, they have done a total rework of their products, hence they now offer a 3yr guarantee on their led products if that's anything to go with
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The plant will only start exhibiting it's true traits once a its reached sexual maturity .
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There's nothing wrong with that plant. It's just exhibiting its indica lineage early in the plants life and the leaves may thin out the more the plant grows. It's quite common for some hybrids to start off looking like an indica and end up looking like a sativa in flower.

Our local genetics, mostly from Swaziland, have been heavily tainted with the genetics from Holland and Europe. It's becoming more prominent year by year.  That's why you're seeing indica in that plant
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