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Joe Quimby Indoor

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Hi to everyone, first of all please forgive me for posting so late, hope it's not late to at least show some growing of the white rhino.

Germinated some seeds and just 3 popped up,  i have 4 left to try again !

right now they are under 200 w of CFL, later they will be in my indoor with 200w of cobs vero 29 gen 7








Cya !

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Hey buddy, welcome both on the forum, and to the contest.
Unfortunately, the contest ends by the 1st of June. Unless you 12-12 right now, i doubt there'll be 9-10 weeks to finish it.
This doesn't mean i don't encourage you to continue.
Every grown White Rhino is helpful to the eyes who will grow some in the future. Share your experience, show us what you got!

By the way, i'm very interested in your DIY cob setup. 
Have you already used it? At what temp does it run? Do you have a spectrum chart / par measurement / any idea on the CRI of the 2 chips?
I'm going to buy a lamp for the next grow but i'm still researching on Cobs. Need to be sure where and how i spend my money, you know :3

Anyway, nice girlies there. I'd put them already under the cobs at 1m height. They're well past the germination / seedling phase.

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Welcome :)

Yes, it's probably too late to finish flowering before the end of the contest. But we will enjoy watching your growing diary, how the plants evolve, advice, etc......

I also liked your LED system with COBS, didn't you?


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