Looks great in there, time for a little defol on the interior, early flower and maybe last chance for some supercropping if height is gonna be an issue down the road.
We tend to all knock those blurple type lights because most of us have had them and since upgraded with the hand to forehead moment. But if they work for you, more power to you. I now use mine for my overwinter superhots
I grew under a couple blurple lights for two years true 113w each and I was averaging a little over a quarter pound per grow. I found that if I lollipoped the plants real high I’d get solid 6-8 inch colas because the lights were good just didn’t get any penitration. It looks like you might be running them a little higher than I ran mine, I would have them like 10-12 inches from the canopy. Your lights may be stronger than the ones I have though so be careful
Sorry, but I’ve just started learning about growing, and I’ve seen a few people mention Burples in the past few days, but I’m not sure what is meant by Burples? Is that simply referencing the purple light they give off, or is there something else I don’t know about?
I ask because if the lights that put out that color of light is better for the plants, I’ll consider them, but I hate the looks of it, although I’ve only seen it in pictures, and maybe it looks better in person?
Further, would a spider farmer led, or the Electric Sky ES300, have the same purple light?
Yes people refer to them as Blurples because of the blueish purple colors they can give off. No they are not better for your plants than your regular Samsung white diodes, but they do have good reds and blues and UVB in them that can be helpful to cannabis growth. But if you have the money and time read up on lighting and make a smart $ purchase you will just have a easier time with better results. Although I have seen great plants grown with blurples!
Blurple is most of the older style leds that were all blue n red leds making the Blurple color these were okay for growing but never could compare to the bulb lights. The newer leds have changed adding in the white yellow and green colors (true full spectrum) because they realized that these colors were important to plants growth and light penitration. Personally I think the electric sky did the work in the lab and has the best spectrum and with their lenses have the best penitration… there’s no need to add extra reds or uv to them like with all the other led brands
Anytime, like Ms Jane said if you already have some of the blurples don’t throw them out I just stopped using mine because I was finally able to afford better ones and I still kept em to use when or if the time comes I need em again