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  1. Congratulations, you’re interested in growing your own cannabis plants for the first time! But before you flex that green thumb of yours, understand that growing marijuana indoors presents a unique set of challenges for the new hobbyist, and the sheer volume of information available on the subject can be overwhelming. Our guide to indoor cannabis growing will help simplify the process for you into clear, easy-to-digest sections designed to help the first-time grower get started. Step 1: Designate a Cannabis Grow ‘Room’ or Space The first step in setting up your personal cannabis grow is creating a suitable space in which to do it. This space doesn’t need to be the typical grow “room; it can be in a closet, tent, cabinet, spare room, or a corner in an unfinished basement. Just keep in mind that you’ll need to tailor your equipment (and plants) to fit the space. 1. Start Small When tackling your first grow project, you’ll want to start small for multiple reasons: The smaller the grow, the less expensive it is to set up It’s much easier to monitor a few plants than a large number Your mistakes as a first-time grower will be less costly Remember, most new cannabis growers will experience setbacks and lose plants to pests or disease. A failed grow of two plants will put a far smaller dent in your wallet than 15 plants. 2.But Think Big When designing your space, you’ll need to take into account not only the amount of room your plants will need, but also your lights, ducting, fans, and other equipment, as well as leaving enough room for you to work. Cannabis plants can double, even triple in size in the early stage of flowering, so make sure you have adequate head space! If your grow room is a cabinet, tent, or closet, you can simply open it up and remove the plants to work on them; otherwise, you’ll need to make sure you leave yourself some elbow room. 3. Cleanliness Is Crucial Make sure your space is easily sanitized; cleanliness is important when growing indoors, so easy-to-clean surfaces are a must. Carpeting, drapes, and raw wood are all difficult to clean, so avoid these materials if possible. 4.Keep It Light-Tight Another crucial criterion for a grow room is that it be light-tight. Light leaks during dark periods will confuse your plants and can cause them to produce male flowers. 5.Other Variables When deciding where to grow your cannabis, keep the following variables in mind: Convenience: You’ll need to monitor your plants carefully. Checking on them every day is important, and beginners will want to check in several times per day until they have everything dialed in. If your room is hard to access, this crucial step will be difficult. Temperature and Humidity Concerns: If your grow space is already very warm or very humid, you’ll have issues controlling your grow environment. Choosing a cool, dry area with ready access to fresh air from the outdoors is highly recommended. Stealth: You’ll most likely want to conceal your grow from nosy neighbors and potential thieves, so be sure to pick a place where noisy fans won’t garner any unwanted attention. Step 2:Understanding Marijuana Grow Mediums The type of growing medium you choose for your marijuana plants will determine exactly how you will need to care for them. There are a lot of options besides simple soil, so it’s important to do your homework and find out the pros and cons of each before choosing one. Most beginner growers start with soil anyway, since it is the easiest option out there for the inexperienced among us. If you want to try something besides soil, you can choose between perlite, coco coir, vermiculite, and more. These are considered soilless mixes, which are a type of hydroponic growing, technically speaking. Hydroponics involves growing your marijuana plants directly in water, which can be a complicated system but a highly fruitful and rewarding one — it is said that the highest yields are achieved in hydroponics systems. Of course, you can also go the organic growing route: composting your own soil. It takes more work but leads to great taste and yield results, plus it makes for a very wise choice for the environmentally minded. Step 3: Choose Your Cannabis Grow Lights The quality of light in your grow room will be the number one environmental factor in the quality and quantity of your cannabis yields, so it’s a good idea to choose the best lighting setup you can afford. Here’s a brief rundown of the most popular types of cannabis grow lights used for indoor growing. HID Grow Lights HID (high intensity discharge) lights are the industry standard, widely used for their combination of output, efficiency, and value. They cost a bit more than incandescent or fluorescent fixtures, but produce far more light per unit of electricity used. Conversely, they are not as efficient as LED lighting, but they cost as little as one-tenth as much for comparable units. The two main types of HID lamp used for growing are: Metal halide (MH), which produce light that is blue-ish white and are generally used during vegetative growth High pressure sodium (HPS), which produce light that is more on the red-orange end of the spectrum and are used during the flowering stage In addition to bulbs, HID lighting setups require a ballast and hood/reflector for each light. Some ballasts are designed for use with either MH or HPS lamps, while many newer designs will run both. If you can’t afford both MH and HPS bulbs, start with HPS as they deliver more light per watt. Magnetic ballasts are cheaper than digital ballasts, but run hotter, are less efficient, and harder on your bulbs. Digital ballasts are generally a better option, but are more expensive. Beware of cheap digital ballasts, as they are often not well shielded and can create electromagnetic interference that will affect radio and WiFi signals. Unless you’re growing in a large, open space with a lot of ventilation, you’ll need air-cooled reflector hoods to mount your lamps in, as HID bulbs produce a lot of heat. This requires ducting and exhaust fans, which will increase your initial cost but make controlling the temperature in your grow room much easier. Fluorescent Grow Lights Fluorescent light fixtures, particularly those using high-output (HO) T5 bulbs, are quite popular with small scale hobby growers for the following reasons: They tend to be cheaper to set up, as reflector, ballast, and bulbs are included in a single package They don’t require a cooling system since they don’t generate near the amount of heat that HID setups do The main drawback is that fluorescent lights are less efficient, generating about 20-30% less light per watt of electricity used. Space is another concern, as it would require approximately 19 four-foot long T5 HO bulbs to equal the output of a single 600 watt HPS bulb. LED Grow Lights Light emitting diode (LED) technology has been around for a while, but only recently has it been adapted to create super efficient light fixtures for indoor growing. The main drawback to LED grow lights is their cost: well designed fixtures can cost 10 times what a comparable HID setup would. The benefits are that LEDs last much longer, use far less electricity, create less heat, and the best designs generate a fuller spectrum of light, which can lead to bigger yields and better quality. Unfortunately, there are many shoddy LED lights being produced and marketed towards growers, so do some research and read product reviews before laying down your hard-earned cash. Step 4: Give Your Cannabis Plants Air Plants need fresh air to thrive, and carbon dioxide (CO2) is essential to the process of photosynthesis. This means you will need a steady stream of air flowing through your grow room, easily achieved by means of an exhaust fan placed near the top of the room to remove the warmer air, and a filtered air inlet on the opposite side near the floor. You’ll need to ensure that temperatures remain within a comfortable range for your plants, between 70 degrees F and 85 degrees F when lights are on and between 58 degrees F and 70 degrees F when they are off. Some varieties of cannabis (generally indica strains) prefer the lower side of the range, while others are more tolerant of higher temperatures. The size of your exhaust fan will depend on the size of your grow space and amount of heat generated by your lighting system. HID systems put out a ton of heat, especially if they aren’t mounted in air-cooled hoods. People who live in warmer regions will often run their lights at night in an effort to keep temperatures in their grow down. It’s advisable to set up your lights, turn them on for a while, and then determine how much airflow you’ll need to maintain a comfortable temperature for your plants. This will allow you to choose an exhaust fan suitable for your needs. If the odor of cannabis plants in bloom will cause you problems, add a charcoal filter to your exhaust fan. Alternately, you can create a sealed, artificial environment by using an air conditioner, dehumidifier, and supplemental CO2 system, but this is quite expensive and not recommended for the first-time grower. Finally, it’s a good idea to have a constant light breeze in your grow room as this strengthens your plants’ stems and creates a less hospitable environment for mold and flying pests. A wall-mounted circulating fan works well for this purpose — just don’t point it directly at your plants, because that can cause windburn. Step 5: Feed Your Cannabis Plants Nutrients Growing high-quality cannabis flowers requires more fertilizer, or nutrients, than most common crops. Your plant needs the following primary nutrients (collectively known as macronutrients): Nitrogen (N) Phosphorus (P) Potassium (K) These micronutrients are needed as well, albeit in much smaller quantities: Calcium Magnesium Iron Copper Get to Know What to Grow: Find Nearby Cannabis Dispensaries The most important thing to remember during this phase is to not overwater. Cannabis plants are very susceptible to fungal root diseases when conditions are too wet, and overwatering is one of the most common mistakes made by the beginning grower. How often you water your plants will depend on the medium used, size of the plants, and ambient temperature. Some people will wait until the lower leaves of the plant start to droop slightly before watering. As you gain experience and knowledge, you will alter your grow room and equipment to better fit your particular environment, growing techniques, and for the specific strains you choose, but hopefully this article will provide you with a solid foundation of knowledge to get started on the right foot. And remember, growing marijuana is a labor of love, so spend a lot of time with your plants and have fun!
  2. Growing cannabis indoors is not difficult these days. There are lots of strains which are bred to give great results. And there are lots of options for grow methods and lights. If you have never grown weed inside before, you will be faced with a confusing number of options, so a suitable grow package is the perfect and simple choice for us. I have used a complete kit for my four cannabis at the beginning, it is suitable for a indoor grow starter. The grow package is design for soil system with led grow lights, if you would like to use hydroponic or HID grow light, may be you can have a look by complete grow package for 4+ plants. This package has 3 tents and led grow lights to choose, also you can choose complete kit or basic kit. The complete 4'X4' Grow Package I used contains all the tools you needed to grow indoor plants. The Complete Kit Includes: 1 x Grow Tent (See Options Below) 1 x LED Grow Light (See Options Below) 1 x Light Hanging Kit 1 x Power Bar With Timer (for Light + Fan Cycles) 1 x Vortex Powerfans S-600 340 CFM 6" 1 x Vortex Pro-Lite Carbon Filter 400 CFM 1 x Duct 6" x 25' 1 x Thermo-Hygrometer (Monitor temperature + humidity) 1 x Bag of Soil Mix (Optional +49$) 4 x Smartpots 5 Gal 1 x BioCanna Nutrients 2 x Clip Fan 6" 1 x Exhale 365 CO2 Bag 1 x Grozone TV2, Multimode Fan Speed Controller You can choose the followings: Grow Tent Option 1: SECRET JARDIN 4' X 4' X 6.7' DARK ROOM DR120 GROW TENT is professional features robust construction, made of the best reflective Mylar and heavy-duty, tear-proof canvas. Multiple windows provide plenty of access for ventilation and cables, accommodating all configurations. Option 2: Gorilla Grow Tent 4’ x 4’ x 6’11” GGT44 (w/ Ext 7'11") is professionally designed grow tents that are ideal for experts and perfect for beginners. Dependable and durable canvas provides a safe and secure growing environment, with solid metal interlocking frame, your indoor plants will be safety. Option 3: Mars Hydro 4' x 4' x 6'7" Mylar Hydroponic Grow Tent is mostly an entry-level tent but does fulfill its purpose of providing an affordable product that you can easily assemble on your own. The tents designed with stable metal corner adapters and poles, high quality canvas being double stitched, inner reflective mylar layer keeps 100% lighting beams inside. Grow Lights: Option 1: Viparspectra 900W reflector series R900 is optimal full spectrum lighting which provides plants in all stages from veg to flower with everything they need in the natural sunlight. This results in bigger buds and higher yield all while saving you on energy costs. Sturdy durable construction with fire-resistant iron housing. VEG and BLOOM switches are suitable for each growing phase. Replaces a 1000 watt HPS/MH Dimensions: 22x12.6x3 inches Item Weight: 14 lbs Use for all stages of plant growth Max Coverage at 24" Height 5x4ft Core Coverage at 24" Height 4x3ft Avg. Power Draw: 418watt (180pcs) High Intensity 5Watt Bridgelux/Epileds LED Chips LEDs Angle: 90° Input Voltage: AC100-240V Frequency: 50-60Hz Lifespan: 100,000 hours PACKAGE INCLUDED : 1 x VIPARSPECTRA Reflector-Series 900W (R900) LED Grow Light 1 x Power Cord 1 x Steel Hanging Kit Option 2: The HLG Quantum Boards are the best full spectrum LED indoor grow lights available worldwide. High efficiency white light Quantum Boards. Ideal for veg and bloom. White Light Full Spectrum for better results. Reliable passive cooled design. Better canopy light penetration with diffused light. Specifications: Power: 240-500 Watts Voltage Range: 90-277 VAC LED: 1152 pcs Samsung 301B Flowering Footprint: 4.5'X4.5' or 5'X5' Veg Footprint: 6'X6' System Efficiency: 171 Lm/W System PPF Efficacy: 2.5 μmol/joule Total output: 1178.05 PPF Dimensions: 26"X20"x3" Recommended Mounting Height: 22-32 inches Option 3: Spectrum King LowPro Indoor Plants Grow Lights are top-of-the-industry LED lights offering a great alternative to HLG and COB light setups. Pioneers of what is most likely becoming the future of grow lights, Spectrum King is constantly pushing the limit of what a grow light should be. Other tools: ODOR+HEAT REMOVAL You get the standard combo of a Vortex Powerfans S-600 340 CFM 6"Can-Filters and Vortex Pro-Lite Carbon Filter 400CFM. Powerful blow and lightweight, compact fan takes up minimal space. Efficient flow deflector feature increases air flow while cutting noise output. Use anywhere that would benefit from improved air flow to reduce humidity, clear the air and lower temperatures in grow rooms, greenhouses. You can say goodbye to high heat problems with the extra cooling. All fan controllers and ducting are included with this setup. TIMER AND MONITOR The MET900 Thermo-Hygrometer will allow you to monitor the temperature and humidity of your environment with ease by giving you two readings, one at the main unit and one at the end of the probe. The Apollo 14 Power Bar with timer is a durable and versatile product that gives you the ability to plug all your system into one place with 4 regular outlets and 4 outlets with a timer for your light cycles. AUTOMATIC TEMPERATURE CONTROLLER Keeping a steady environment is crucial for your plants to thrive. The Grozone TV2 is a brilliant controller that will adjust the speed of your fan to keep the same temperature. Place the probe at your canopy, set the desired temperature and let the Grozone do the rest! SMART POTS & SOIL Smart Pots produces healthier roots by air pruning – creating lots of smaller finger roots. These roots absorb moisture and nutrients more efficiently so your plant grows faster and stronger. BIOCANNA Bio Terra Plus is initially developed to support organic cultivation methods and is ideal to be used alongside other BIOCANNA products, such as BIOCANNA Bio Vega and BIOCANNA Bio Flores. NUTRIENTS BIOCANNA is CANNA's organic line of products.100% organic and meet all the requirements. Enhances your growing experience by delivering a powerful blend of premium plant extracts, amino acids, and nutrients generating explosive root growth. This is the best nutrient set for any new and seasoned grower. Using alongside the Bio Terra Plus Medium, this nutrient line does not require PH and PPM to be tested leaving you with a very easy and effective solution. AIR CIRCULATION AND CO2 To ensure you recreate a better-than-nature environment inside your tent, we include two clip fans that will allow nice air circulation inside the tent which will delight and strength the stems of your plant. The Exhale CO2 Bag is an easy way to provide a large amount of CO2 inside your tent making sure it's available whenever your plants need it. I have used this kit to grow my cannabis, the light and tent is under good quality and the brand of nutrients are famous, they do good for my plants. Hope this can help you.
  3. Growing cannabis indoors is not difficult these days. There are lots of strains which are bred to give great results. And there are lots of options for grow methods and lights. If you have never grown weed inside before, you will be faced with a confusing number of options, so a suitable grow package is the perfect and simple choice for us. I have used a starter kit for my only one cannabis at the beginning, it is suitable for a indoor grow starter. The 2' * 2' grow package is design for hydroponic system with led grow lights, if you would like to use soil or HID grow light, may be you can have a look by complete grow package for 1 plant. This package has 3 tents and led grow lights to choose, you can choose them freely and the price is the same. It contains all the tools you needed to grow indoor plants. 1 x Grow Tent (See Options Below) 1 x LED Grow Light (See Options Below) 1 x Light Hanging Kit 1 x Power Bar With Timer (for Light + Fan Cycles) 1 x Thermo-Hygrometer (to monitor temperature and humidity) 1 x Can Fan - 4" Serie "S" 123 CFM 1 x Can Filter - Filtre au Charbon 2600 94CFM 1 x Flange (to fit filter and fan) 1 x Duct 1 x Bag of Coco Coir 1 x Autopot 1 Pot 1 x Nutrients Starter Kit 1 x PH testing instrument 2 x PH Calibrating solution for PH4 & PH7 2 x PH Adjusting solution +34% & -34% You can choose the followings: Grow tent: Option 1: Secret Jardin 2' x 2' x 5'7" Dark Room DR60 Grow Tent is designed specially, carefully making it virtually tear-free and boosts their resistance to abrasions. The exterior covering is a heavy-duty black canvas that helps to create a 95% lightproof interior. Option 2: Gorilla Grow Tent 2’ x 2.5’ x 5’11” GGT225 (w/ Ext 6'11") is professionally designed grow tents that are ideal for experts and perfect for beginners. Dependable and durable canvas provides a safe and secure growing environment, with solid metal interlocking frame, your indoor plants will be safety. Option 3: Mars Hydro 2'3" x 2'3" x 5'3" Mylar Hydroponic Grow Tent is mostly an entry-level tent but does fulfill its purpose of providing an affordable product that you can easily assemble on your own. The tents designed with stable metal corner adapters and poles, high quality canvas being double stitched, inner reflective mylar layer keeps 100% lighting beams inside. Grow lights: Option 1: VIPARSPECTRA Reflector-Series 300W (V300) LED full spectrum grow lights provide plants in all stages from veg to flower with everything they need in the natural sunlight, results in bigger buds and higher yield all while saving you on energy costs. Dimensions: 12.6x7.9x3 inches Item Weight: 5.6 lbs Replaces a 250 watt HPS/MH Use for all stages of plant growth Max Coverage at 24" Height 3x3ft Core Coverage at 24" Height 2x2ft Avg. Power Draw: 136watt (60pcs) High Intensity 5Watt Bridgelux/Epileds LED Chips LEDs Angle: 90° Input Voltage: AC100-240V Frequency: 50-60Hz Lifespan: 100,000 hours Option 2: Kind LED Grow Light K3 L300 full spectrum grow lights is the best led for indoor plants, unique design, optimized diode distribution reduces the hots spots commonly found in LED grow lights, resulting in balanced, rapid growth across the entire footprint. Specifications: Dimensions: 15” x 11” x 3” Weight: 13 lbs. Actual Wattage: 220w HID Wattage Equivalent: 300w Modules: 6 Diodes Per Module: 15 Total Diodes: 90 Diode Wattage: 3w Footprint: 2’ x 3’ Input Voltage: 100-240V AC power input Work Frequency: 50/60 Hz – suitable for Global Energy Environment Output Voltage: UL Standard Output Voltage – less than 76V DC Amperage: 1.83 Kind Factor: 10/10 Option 3: Spectrum King 100W Closet Case LED Grow Light offering a great alternative to HLG and COB light. Pioneers of what is most likely becoming the future of grow lights, Spectrum King is constantly pushing the limit of what a grow light should be. Other tools: Odor and heat removal You get the standard combo of a Can FanCan-Fan RS 4 HO 165 CFM 4" Inline Fan and Can-Filters Can-Lite 2600 Carbon Filter. Powerful blow and lightweight, compact fan takes up minimal space. Efficient flow deflector feature increases air flow while cutting noise output. Use anywhere that would benefit from improved air flow to reduce humidity, clear the air and lower temperatures in grow rooms, greenhouses. You can say goodbye to high heat problems with the extra cooling. All fan controllers and ducting are included with this setup. Grow medium Canna Coco is produced from coconut husks following a precise aging and treatment process. Raw coconut husks are soaked in sea water for up to 6 months so they can break down, then they are washed repeatedly with fresh water to remove the salt. Hydroponic System AutoPot 1 Pots Grow System With 47L Tank Included. Autopot System Kit is an is an automatic and extendable self-watering system allows your plants to control how much they drink. Ideal for growing indoor plants or cannabis/marijuana. Easy to extend and modify, no need of power, pump or timer to operate! Nutrients, ph adjusters, and ph testers 1. Nutrients Complete Bundle: The FloraSeries General Hydroponic Complete Nutrient Line is an all-inclusive nutrient package with every macro and micronutrient for your indoor crops. Enhances your growing experience by delivering a powerful blend of premium plant extracts, amino acids, and nutrients generating explosive root growth. 2. PH Adjusters: A combo kit for both Florasol Nutrients pH Up and pH Down. Lowers water PH with a phosphate-free formula. Does not promote algae growth with PH adjustments and is safe for plants, slowly neutralizes alkaline substances that cause high water PH. 3. Nutri+ PH Quick Check Tester: Industry standard testing wands that both have an easy to read LCD monitor, simple calibration process and batteries included. All other components Light timer, clip-on fan, adjustable light hangers and thermo-hygrometer. I have used this kit to grow my cannabis, the light and tent is under good quality and the brand of nutrients are famous, they do good for my plants. Hope this can help you.
  4. Things to Consider Great value usually comes in small packages. With a 300-watt row light, you can utilize a small space to grow high-quality cannabis. These lights are almost always energy efficient and stay cool because of their size. But, what creates great value is the full spectrum of light, infrared, ultraviolet, and par map. You should also consider the intensity of lights. You want a light that will most closely mimic the suns natural rays! 1. Full Spectrum It’s difficult to guide new growers in the direction of lights because nearly every product claims to have a “full spectrum,” but there are a few problems with that. First, there’s no such thing as a perfect spectrum. Second, no entity tests these lights out to ensure the manufacturers’ claims are true. Finally, not every strain needs every wavelength. There’s no perfect spectrum, and the LED quality and volume of light emission varies by manufacturer. So what do you do to ensure that you get the light’s that are best for you? You should consider the ratio, or mix, of wavelengths and the bands of wavelengths. Some strains benefit from different bands or ratios. To maximize your yield and keep your plants happy you should do some research on the strain you’ll grow. A quick guide though can help you rule out some obvious choices. First, if you’re looking to make oil or increase bud yield, you’ll want a high mix of red light. But if you’re looking for something super potent you might want to consider lights with Ultraviolet and a high blue light mix. In the end, how you determine value relies on your end goal. Because you’re growing with a 300 watt LED grow light, you’ll probably only be using these plants for one purpose. That’s the benefit of a smaller grow setup is that you have a lot more control and focus on perfecting a single aspect. PAR and More We’ve spent a bit of time talking about blue and red light mixes but how can you spot it? Unfortunately, on these subjects, you do have to take the manufacturers word. Many grow lights of any wattage, use a design that makes their light appear white to our eyes. As a grower, this is a benefit because you can identify any health issues with your plants and make immediate corrections. Discoloring and leaf deterioration is the best sign that you lack on PAR. Many manufacturers attempt to sell “white light” as a benefit. But, if your grow light has too many white toned LEDs your plants may be getting more green and yellow light than they need. When the get greener and yellow light, they’re missing out on the high-value red and blue lights that help them grow and thrive. Intensity Intensity is a big part of your plant’s life, and they need intense light. When you see the light advertised as “300W” or “900W”, this gives you some insight into the intensity of the product. The unfortunate thing here is that not all manufacturers use the same method to gauge wattage. Some grow light manufacturers measure the wattage the light drains at the wall. This calculation is how many other fixtures and plug-in devices gauge the wattage. However, is a light saying “600W” it could also mean that the light can replace a 600W HID light? Plants need intensity, and it’s important to know what you’re getting when it comes to value. Marijuana plants need a lot of sun exposure, so you want to be sure that your light can mimic the sun’s intensity. To determine if you’re getting decent intensity, it’s a good habit to review PAR diagrams from the manufacturers. Cycles When you’re working with 300w systems, you typically want one light that will be beneficial throughout the plant’s life. Using a single light will save you time spent researching and changing your light setups as well as money. But, having one light throughout the entirety of your plant’s life is a double-edged sword. Because you’re likely using a switch to adjust for the vegetative and blooming stages, you may shock your plants. Shock in light changes can stunt plant growth and bloom development. There are some lights, which are usually very expensive, that allow you to manually adjust the wavelengths to work your plants into their next cycle. The overall goal with the adjustable spectrum lights is to mimic the transition from a “spring sun” to a “summer sun” and finally to an “autumn sun,” but this is difficult to manage. If you’re new to growing, focus on using the products at hand. It’s probably best to purchase one light with switches for the different phases of growth which will allow you to learn more about your plants and how light affects them. The followings are the best 3 led grow lights I have used: 1. ADVANCED PLATINUM SERIES P300 – FULL SPECTRUM LED GROW LIGHT Highest PAR of 300-watt lights 12-Band full spectrum This light has a 12-band spectrum which includes infrared and ultraviolet rays. Advanced Platinum as a name has a lot of respect throughout the growing community. The wide array of light helps stimulate photosynthesis, and the intensity is equal to the more expensive professional lights. The wavelengths available on the Advanced Platinum P300 Series 12-band LED grow light includes everything your plant needs throughout photosynthesis. The intensity remains constant which also helps their growth, but it fails to mimic the sun exactly. When it comes to coverage, the Advanced Platinum P300 Series 12-band LED grow light is one of the best in its wattage. From 18 feet you’ll see light coverage of 4.5 feet by 3.8 feet. However, the higher you raise the light over the plant the more dispersing you’ll see. There’s also the matter of leveling the light at the correct height because if it’s too low, you’ll have more intense light but may burn your leaves. Overall, the Advanced Platinum P300 Series 12-band LED grow light is a high-quality light. Pros Veg and Flower switches 12-band spectrum Energy efficient Cons Price 2. MarsHydro 300W LED Grow Light Are you searching for booming lights to help you plant to grow healthy? Look no further than the MarsHydro LED Grow Light. This light uses Epistar 5W LED chips that are high intensity with a superior photosynthetic active radiation that will effectively support the growth and yield of your plants. The Epistar LED chips are engineered to generate a full spectrum illumination that outshines CMH, HPS, fluorescent, and induction in similar wattage tests. The increased PAR ensures uniform light distribution. An attribute that protects your plants from sun-burning and stunted growth. This unit also scores a lot of points when it comes to cooling. It is fitted with a unique, heat sink venting system and a powerful, low noise fan optimal performance. Pros High-intensity Epistar LED chips to deliver superior PAR Uniform lighting that prevents sun-burning and stunted growth Powerful, low noise cooling system for normal operation Highly energy saving, using only 132 watts Plug-in and turn on design is safe and easy to use A suitable option for both hydroponics and soil-based growing systems Cons Not suitable for outdoor use May receive a defective unit 3. Viparspectra Reflector Series 300W LED Grow Light Do you want to decrease the cost of your power consumption? If yes, then do away with traditional growing lamps and settle for the Viparspectra Reflector Series 300W. It comes with a heavy-duty, compact design that is suitable for flowering coverage of 1.5 x 1.5 feet and vegetative coverage of 2 x 2 feet. This model is equipped with optimal full spectrum LED chips that deliver superior illumination for all forms of indoor growing, including bloom and veg. The LED chip technology used increases photosynthetic active radiation output by about 50%. This maintains the balance between coverage and PAR output for optimal performance. The compact design wouldn’t limit your coverage simply because this unit comes with a daisy chain outlet that allows you to connect multiple lights. Pros Superior LED chips that produce an optimal full spectrum Excellent PAR output that balances coverage and growth performance Consumes less power, only 130 watts, compared to traditional lights Advanced cooling system ensures normal operating temperature Suitable for all indoor growing (bloom and veg) Daisy chain outlet allows for multiple connections Cons Smaller coverage LEDS may stop working Top Pick The best pick is the Advanced Platinum P300 Series 12-band LED grow light. This light has the highest PAR, and lumens output for any 300-watt grow light. The intensity is also about twice as strong as its competitors. Although the Advanced Platinum P300 Series 12-band LED grow light is a little pricey, you’re paying value and longevity. You have both a vegetative and bloom switches to use throughout your plant’s growth cycle. This light is great for hobbyists, as well as new growers. This light is an investment that you can learn and grow with. It’s great for 2 to 3 full sized plants, but if you have more, multiple units easily chain together to cover a larger area. Hope this can help you, if you have any concerns about led grow lights, please let me know and I will help you as soon as possible.

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Strain Hunters is a series of documentaries aimed at informing the general public about the quest for the preservation of the cannabis plant in the form of particularly vulnerable landraces originating in the poorest areas of the planet.

Cannabis, one of the most ancient plants known to man, used in every civilisation all over the world for medicinal and recreational purposes, is facing a very real threat of extinction. One day these plants could be helpful in developing better medications for the sick and the suffering. We feel it is our duty to preserve as many cannabis landraces in our genetic database, and by breeding them into other well-studied medicinal strains for the sole purpose of scientific research.

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