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Thread: Philips GreenPower LED flowering lamp trial

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    its the tritium that does the trick ;-)

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    Looking good as always B. I am still not too sure about the rapid led combo fixture I made for my ceph. Still needs some time to see how it will do.

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    lets see pic V?

    how long have they been under the new light?... it does take a while to get rolling, or at least it did on mine.

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    Has anyone ever been able to quantify how much led light is needed to match a fluorescent option when you are targetting the red/blue wavelength peaks?

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    Quote Originally Posted by woofermazing View Post
    Has anyone ever been able to quantify how much led light is needed to match a fluorescent option when you are targetting the red/blue wavelength peaks?
    too many variables for a direct comparison imho...

    (driver current, secondary optics, luminare efficiency etc)
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    Quote Originally Posted by Av8tor1 View Post
    lets see pic V?

    how long have they been under the new light?... it does take a while to get rolling, or at least it did on mine.
    Will get a new pic tonight B. I don't know...it just hasn't done too well. Could also be due to humidity/surrounding factors..i.e., media etc too...but I can't imagine it being media. Could be the container I am using too.

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    Forgot about this B... here it is...pics of the setup now with the plants.

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    I think it is washing out the plant...but I am not really noticing that great growth yet on these plants. I even made up humidity shields with plexiglass to kind of raise the local humidity in the microenvironment.

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    Very nice, Vraev! gosh red sphagnum makes everything look fabulous haha.
    "Be quiet! The plants will hear y... noooooo!" 'chomp - burp!'

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