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    pots, fans, and lights

    looking for any extra pots and light fixtures people have. mainly looking for 4" pots, and the fixures the lights go in, but anything helps. not sure if i have adequate things to trade but pm me if you maybe have anything to help get this CP garden up and moving. oh i dont mean large fans, i mean terrarium size fans. thanks!

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    You know pots, lights and fixtures are not that expensive. They are readily available in local hardware stores or nurseries. Some nurseries even give away pots for free. In addition everything else you can order on other sites VERY CHEAP.

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    http://www.htgsupply.com/Category-Fl...row-Lights.asp

    this place has everything you need, its where I get my lights
    I got the 2 bulb 4ft t5 HO fixture
    each bulb is 54 watts, gives extremely good coloration to your plants,
    they also have fans, reflective sheet, humidifiers , reverse osmosis setups.... they have everything
    hope you find what you need, gl!

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    t5 fixtures are a bit pricey esp at garden/hydro shops. htg supply sells t5 setups at best prices i've seen anywhere. good call ras

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    i like the led spot ligh for $29

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    are you being sarcastic or do you actually like them? I have been curious as to how well they would grow plants.

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    Or if you are a beginner you could get T8 2 light fixture for 17$ in lowes and lamps for um.. 7? Add nice reflector to them and you are good to go.
    BTW when people mention wattage in lamps it is not an indication of their power. Rather an indication of how much they consume. Lumens is what matter!!

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    just one of those things.... buy a cheap one now and possibly replace it in a month or so for a better one or spend 15-30 more and get the one you'll want to end up with in the long run.

    to add to the lumen note, lumens/watt is a great rate to calculate an know. most bang for the buck on electric bill

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