I have 3 2ft 24w 2000 lumen T5HO light figures with bulbs to toss into the deal and lower the price if necessary, if not no worries
Let me know your pricing and what you're interested in
katya_dog1 wrote: Keep us updated if you like it, definitely! That is in the High-End area of LEDs!Thank you! I am actually in the process of trying to cancel the order now though The reviews are great but some people have said the growing area isn't the 3x4ft they are advertising and more like 1x2ft, and looking at the light fixture thats probably pretty accurate. So I am checking craigslist and found a local hydroponic shop that is trying to make a name for themselves and is 60$ cheaper called "Kush LED Lighting" I tried finding reviews but it seems relatively new but their documentation seems very profesional so I am going to give them a try once I confirm this order is cancelled.
katya_dog1 wrote:Yeah, that seems to be mainly the people who grow illegal plants. I see so many reviews on things that say that this T5 light is pathetic and won't grow ANYTHING. When it is one in a sea of good reviews, it probably does not matter, but if there are a lot, yeah, don't go with it. Looking forward to seeing the light you do get!Thanks!! I am pretty interested in seeing how the LED compares to my t5, I am happy with them so far but as far as my research LEDs are so much more efficient. The problem with them tho is their grow area. Peppers as you know tend to bush out as they get bigger so I need a wider grow area, a 1x2ft area is barely enough and I don't want to have to just "get by" I'd like to sneak some of my cps under there too like my sundews who like a long photoperiod since the peppers will be under 18hrs
bvalente wrote:LEDs have shown great results with a hydroponic setup for peppers since the entire spectrum they admit is 100% usable light.Yes, though a guy I talked to didn't think so. I guess some people just don't think that engineering has such capabilities in that area.
katya_dog1 wrote:bvalente wrote:LEDs have shown great results with a hydroponic setup for peppers since the entire spectrum they admit is 100% usable light.Yes, though a guy I talked to didn't think so. I guess some people just don't think that engineering has such capabilities in that area.
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