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    • CBDGUY
      CHOMP CHOMP CHOMP
    • GSZZ
      Yes, although with big bar LED there's less uneven light when it moves closer due to the very design. Same cant be said for board LEDs
    • Slippy One
      Just checked, we hit double overnight figures this Saturday, a week later than predicted. Get ready GG’ers! 
    • NezA
      I'm not so sure @KC I think a lot of the temp issues are really due to a lack of IR Radiation which people have discovered that upping air temps with traditional heaters resolves. But it's not the most efficient solution in my mind. I think the ultra slim IR panel heaters are the way forward run those during lights on to provide the foliage with the radiant IR it needs this is what I'll be experimenting with at some point. Those panel heaters only consume a few watts and if they can keep the foliage happy under intense LED that lacks IR that makes the most sense to me. I'm not sure yet but I think there are better solutions than running oil rads