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    • BudJ
      On my first 2 grows (Attis 200w) I used the normal recommended temp ranges at each stage, seedling, veg, flower but the lights were just out and there was barely any info on this LED technology.     Now that experienced growers have more LED grows and some Lumatek grows under their belt I'm seeing 28C/29C being the recommendation for LED so I reckon you're spot on.   I've just started a grow with the 200w and plan to raise the temps this grow.  Would be great to hear how your ladies handle the increase over the next couple of weeks.
    • stu914
      These have the advantage of not needing ph adjustment...worth bearing in mind bud...
    • blackpoolbouncer
      Yes mate. Obviously. Starting your seedling on a North facing windowsill is inadequate light and the plants will stretch unduly because they are searching for light.    A seedling bathing in light which in our environments they are and you shouldn't see any more stretch than expected.    Seedlings will stretch during first few days. Its what they do and no amount of high powered light changes that.    After that, say day 7. I think don't think your gonna see any difference if your t5 is 6 inches from the tops or 3 foot. As long as there is enough light, how close it is is a bit irrelevant.    Just my 2p. But my t5 is always 2 to 3 foot from my seedlings or if they are vegging in the big tent it's under 315w of cmh that's 6 foot away.    Under  the t5   and then same plant under a light 6 foot away......hardly stretchy or lanky eh?   Plenty of space between plants and light make for happy plants 
    • Idicanna jones
      Overnight temps looked OK so I thought I'd leave them outside under a bit of cover.....  Well ten minutes into a biblical thunder and lightning storm i bravely rescued them and brought them in. Come on summer ffs