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Should I just stick with Cfl's for my apartment grow?

Posted by Keyboarg none (My Page) on
Sun, Feb 10, 13 at 20:17

Or should I be getting. Hps\mh? Currently growing basil cilantro and I might do mint


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RE: Should I just stick with Cfl's for my apartment grow?

Plants grow just fine with compact fluorescent lights. Unless you want to get into hydroponic growing and get the whole setup, I'd stick with what you have


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RE: Should I just stick with Cfl's for my apartment grow?

Thanks "dowlinggram" for reply. It's an helpful reply and it can be applied on my growing method.


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RE: Should I just stick with Cfl's for my apartment grow?

Hi I recently was looking at different lights to purchase also. I was given the advice to buy 6500k compact fluorescent for growing. And 2700k for flowering. I purchased these from eBay and my plants have started growing like crazzy! Good luck hope this helps!


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