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Old 12-17-2016, 04:12 PM   #21
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Let me see if I got this right, because I am confused.

1) Lighting schedule has been in use for 4-5 months.
2)3 harvests so far, with one harvest averaging 1.5 pounds per plant.
3)No stretch while using this lighting regiment.

I do not believe it. Am I missing something?
haha, hard to get clarification indeed, he's all over the map
must be some pretty good product:-)
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Old 12-17-2016, 06:04 PM   #22
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haha, hard to get clarification indeed, he's all over the map
must be some pretty good product:-)
I think I will stick with Mother Nature she has been doing it a lot longer.
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Pcduck i think you should re-read what i wrote the 75oz was from 3 x plants under conventional lighting x 3 x 660w hps in birmingham bubblers aka non recirculating dwc, and not the glr method.

These are 3 x of some of his strains:

malawi gold, old congo, punta roja

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The other thread on this is closed, I hope readers stumble on to this one.
I tried this and stopped after 2 weeks. These pictures are from those same flowers more than half way through flower. I was yugely ticked at first as the internode length was, well, yuge, stretching for light no doubt. But they seem to be filling in but too little too late.
I would not recommend this gaslight thing 12 - 1 , I starved these girls ad will pay with this yield to save a buck on my electric bill.

can't seem to upload pics right now, I'll try again later

ahhh, here we go
I'll be burning up trimming these pieces of fluff and popcorn
and not an unfamiliar moral to this story.... If it seems too good to be true, it probably is :-(


update: they're in flower and are like vines, fan leaves all gone, but still growing, strange indeed, jury still out, there's lots o' buds
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