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You can customize one of our stock cases, or entirely create a new molded plastic cases with custom foam from the ground up. How many cfl lights would I need to grow 4 plants and what wattage should they be? I currently are doing my first CFL grow, Im a outdoor grower normally and have no indoor experience till now. Day 36 from seed: They are happy, FFOF, using full FF regiment including beastie bloomz. (expcdeting open sesame and cha ching (these are autos flowrs..) They are 4x Double Diesel Ryder Autoflower by Sagarmatha Seeds. and 1x Random bag seed i(in the red pot) Bagseed plant is 47 days old today. 20/4 on off , 900 watts CFL, 4x 100watt 6500k bulbs. 2x 150 2700k watt 1x 200watt 2700k (veg up to week 3 was mostly 6500k cfls, this was changed a bit to more 2700k at onset of flowering. Butt wattage the entire time has been maintained at 900-1000 watts. Hope that gives ya an idea Some have told me thats over kill, the girls love it. I currently are doing my first CFL grow, Im a outdoor grower normally and have no indoor experience till now. Day 36 from seed: They are happy, FFOF, using full FF regiment including beastie bloomz. (expcdeting open sesame and cha ching (these are autos flowrs..) They are 4x Double Diesel Ryder Autoflower by Sagarmatha Seeds. and 1x Random bag seed i(in the red pot) Bagseed plant is 47 days old today. 20/4 on off , 900 watts CFL, 4x 100watt 6500k bulbs. 2x 150 2700k watt 1x 200watt 2700k (veg up to week 3 was mostly 6500k cfls, this was changed a bit to more 2700k at onset of flowering. Butt wattage the entire time has been maintained at 900-1000 watts. Hope that gives ya an idea Some have told me thats over kill, the girls love it. If I were you I would ditch those reflectors and put the bulbs horizontal instead of vertical. Most of the light in cfls come from the side of the bulb, not the bottom. Those reflectors don't really do much for cfls because you need to get the light real close, and by time the light is reflected it's real disbursed already. I use HPS for flower, but have a smaller clone/veg chamber that I use cfls in. Here's how I do it: Also, is what you're calling 900 watts really 900 watts, or are you are looking at the incandescent equalivant rating, which is meaningless for our purposes. If it's really 900 watts of cfl, you are totally wasteing your energy. Just get a 600 watt HPS and save some money every month, plus grow fatter nugs. If you are looking at the equalivant, then it's more like 200 watts. If I were you I would ditch those reflectors and put the bulbs horizontal instead of vertical.

Most of the light in cfls come from the side of the bulb, not the bottom. Those reflectors don't really do much for cfls because you need to get the light real close, and by time the light is reflected it's real disbursed already. I use HPS for flower, but have a smaller clone/veg chamber that I use cfls in. Here's how I do it: Also, is what you're calling 900 watts really 900 watts, or are you are looking at the incandescent equalivant rating, which is meaningless for our purposes. If it's really 900 watts of cfl, you are totally wasteing your energy. Just get a 600 watt HPS and save some money every month, plus grow fatter nugs. If you are looking at the equalivant, then it's more like 200 watts. If I were you I would keep the reflectors as they double the light as measured by my lux meter.

If so, you are getting a lot of light off the sides of the bulbs and the intensity of the light is doubled, as the bulbs blend the light coming off the sides of each bulb. Only drawback is heat trapped by the reflectors, a little fan fixes that if necessary. At flower I can get cfl's as close as 1 inch from the buds. Compact fluorescent light bulbs are a good source of supplemental light for growing plants in low-light conditions or for providing extra light to increase the day length and encourage blooming.

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