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Old 06-09-2018, 10:49 PM #41
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looking great brother, the only thing I see different is the CMH leaves seem to be canoeing a lil more. Full spectrum might be a tad more intense.
Yes the plants directly under the lights I'm noticing thst as well. Leaves are curling up a tad..
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That could be from the Heat. When you put your hand under there it is kinda warm. Even though my room is at 79 80, the spots directly under the light are pretty warm still even with my blower fan. This is my first rodeo doing open hoods I've always use air-cooled lights. But yes it could also be the intense full spectrum
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The stretch is real. They are shooting for the ceiling.! The hps side shot up way higher than the cmh. More longer internodes and spacing between bud sites. The cmh branches feel as hard as a pencil and stacked close spacing.

I have my work cut out for tomorrow night, as I will dig in and do some massive lower branch clean up. I got branches going into nowhere. They need to be cleaned up.

Wishing I had some bigger reflector hoods on these cmh. But it should be fine..

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Hello issack, thanks for uploading those photos, they are very inspiring.

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What type cmh are you running
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Nanolux dual ended 315s with Phillips lamps.
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Thanks for the updates. Looks real good. How much distance between tops of plant and the CMH bulbs?
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It’s a pleasure following your threads. I’m new here but I’ve seen some posts of yours in different threads and anyone can tell you know what your doing. I have respect for anyone that can take the time to share their own gardens. It’s a ton of work just being dedicated to your room never mind logging it for the rest of us. Anyways much respect brother and your gear look amazing. Something for a noob like myself to aspire too. Carry on
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Thanks for the updates. Looks real good. How much distance between tops of plant and the CMH bulbs?
I'd say about 23 inches at the moment.
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