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T5 HO Flourescents beat anything hands down.
About 5000 Lumens for each 4 foot lamp.
6500 K for Veg.
3000 K for Flower.
I'm not sure whats wrong, but theres some small dark spots on a few of the leaves.
This also just happened, I didnt see anything wrong the day...
If you are definatly going to use CFL's you could try this plan I came up with...
Cut out a square foot of plywood, mabye a centimeter smaller on...
I would move those fans to the top of the box, and keep the holes at the bottom for intake.
For the lights, you can get those alot closer aswell,...
I would get a 250 watt HPS or a 400 watt HPS.
My outdoor plant was fine even in temperatures higher than 110 during the day.
It got up to 116.
Replace all the normal bulbs in your house with CFL's.
That literally cut my bill in more than half.
Thats a nice little closet... your going to want the light alot closer to the plants than that.
CFL's are good for a small grow, as long as you get the right spectrum and a good ammount of lumens.
I don't understand why you just don't go the the hardware store and get a quart of flat white paint.
You know your retarded when you spell it wrong and use it in the wrong part of speech ;)
How are you getting 4 months of good growing weather outside in NY?
I'm in the state over and the season ends septemberish.
Just cut off all the burnt areas, it should regrow.
Those are looking beautiful... I cant wait to see the next update!
Thats a pretty nice idea.
How many gallons is that tank and what kind of light are you going to use?
Aluminum foil is more healthy than buring plastic fumes from a medicine cup.
I dont know what the temperature of winter is in your area... but it is usually 30 or less here.
Is it 75 degrees in winter where you live?
Just use a thin board of plywood and use caulking around the sides.
.30 x .30 x 1.22 Meters - Per Plant