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TheUltimateNoob

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TheUltimateNoob last won the day on September 6 2020

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  • Current strains growing
    Inzane In The Membrane
  • Preferred growing medium or system
    Soil.
  • Grow Room Setup
    240W COB fixture in a 70cm x 70cm tent with a 5" extraction fan.
  • Preferred Nutrients
    Currently GH Flora Tri-Pack
  • Indoor or Outdoor
    Indoors
  • Preferred Medicating Methods
    Whichever is available, haha

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  1. Looks like a slight fade bro. The others are probably a different pheno as@PsyCLown mentioned. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  2. And there lies the difference. A lot of overseas brands also don't take responsibility as well being that it's a seed, but they make provisions if and when a customer has a problem - such as replacing them, giving the customer a discount or free seeds on the next order (personal experience). Mjssa operates in a similar manner Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  3. Bro I do the same but summer kills me. I hit 30C recently and it's breaking me [emoji22] Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  4. Sounds good. I just have a couple of things I'd like to add, not sure how useful they could be to you though. Transplanting out of a fabric pot can be a pain sometimes because the tips of the roots grow into some of the fibers of the bag. I found that if you have a long blade or such, you can carefully run it between the fabric and the soil to kind of cut the root tips first, it'll make things easier when removing the bag and cause less soil to fall off the root ball initially. It just got a big tedious for me, its for that reason I went back to vegging in plastic - I also found that vegging in plastic develops a nice dense root ball for transplant and barely any soil is lost with no root damage. You could also drill small holes in the rim of the plastic pot for training purposes - it's much more rigid and works way better if you using HST. So yeah, I thinks that's it. Cheers bro, all the best. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  5. It's modugrow... Just took a glance at mine, I think the one in the pic is a slightly updated version and the mounting brackets look a bit better but it's the same light. I did a small write up on the unit not long ago. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  6. Asking the right questions [emoji1362] [emoji1362] [emoji1362] Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  7. I've only ordered From Trophy seeds once, thankfully I had nothing to complain about, but I'll be steering clear from these guys going forward. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  8. I've only experienced this one with mjssa, they also gave me a discount code and sent a free seed the next time round. I stand by their customer service, and I still have that affiliate link if anyone wants to get some from them Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  9. I'm pretty sure that's a modugrow unit on the left bro Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  10. These work like a dream bro Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  11. I'm in Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  12. I will gladly accept this challenge! I have a white widow auto xxl in storage, maybe I'll pop it mid year. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  13. Thanks for the info bro. I got the 88% figure from an older post I think. I rechecked the data sheet, is it 94%. I agree, their customer service is insane, I get same day (within a hour or 2) replies almost every time I message. Also,@PsyCLown Here's the spare part list, maybe you can find which driver it uses from this. Sent from my POCOPHONE F1 using Tapatalk
  14. Thanks a lot for the well structured response bro, much appreciated. Let me start off by saying I agree with everything 100% I'm not saying it's "cheaper" in the regular sense, , however it certainly has a better appeal to people growing in closets, slightly wider spaces, or that just don't want to drop 3.5-4k on a fixture to grow some bud, you know - as for the price, the par map makes it he fixture look a lot sexier it, lol... Also, if you only have 4k to fill a 0.8m x 1.2m space, you could get 2 of these and create a really nice,even PAR canopy instead of saving up 1.5k more to spend on a huge PAR hot-spot in the middle, catch my drift? With that said, IMO, if someone wants a light for a regular square tent (70cmsq and below) rather save and get a classic QB288 for the form factor and output. About the driver, I've been looking and can't seen to find it anymore. It's efficiency is about 88% from what's in the description, and I don't remember it being meanwell... It was some lesser known brand if I remember correctly. Also, it isn't dimmable. They had the power supply for sale under spares on their site but seem to have taken it off. Anyway, I feel like if someone was going to DIY some strips and order everything abroad, this might be a better and possibly cheaper option (due to customs), with the backing of a South African company, warranty and all that good stuff. Any more feedback on this unit will be greatly appreciated. Thanks again gents.
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