Got my lights raised up


#1

My main plant vegged too long during flowering so my lights were right on top of my plant. I was finally able to rig the lights higher to give them room. This is also an example of why I like a bunch of smaller lights so I am able to keep my small plant close to the light. All are 600w Philzon LEDs.


#2

Nice looking plants


#3

And nice ingenuity. Takes some thinking to get it right. But its possible. U may get a bit of reqch from the big lady over there tho :wink::wink:


#4

She has stopped stretching for the most part now, but it was either 2" below the lights or where it’s at now. I could increase my ingenuity and make it adjustable from up high. Damn, now I am going to redo it haha. Bring the lights back down 6 inches. Back to the drawing board!


#5

Oh wow, all I have to do is reattach the adjustable clips. I reinvented the wiring structure, but I never thought to bring the adjustble clip back in play. Tomorrow once the lights come back on, IT WILL BE DONE!


#6

With those lights you got, the 600w phlizon. They only pull 108w at wall so you should be able to grow plants to where they damn near touch light. I was using s 400w cob that pulled 200w at wall and I didn’t notice any stress until they where about ten inches away. Also, leds penetration only goes about 8" deep, so you may wanna consider topping and lst and time. Just my 2 cents


#7

Yea I fimmed the main stalk twice and had very even growth until I initiated flower and the big girl vegged and stretched for 3 weeks before I went to 14 hours of dark. Now I am down to 13 hours of dark and should be back to 12/12 in the next week or two. Thanks for the light information I did not know what they pulled, but I know my neighbor bought a huge LED for over $600 and my plants did way better than his lol


#8

I threw the adjustable clips back in and now it’s at a perfect height!


#9

I have decided to run full spectrum light, bloom and veg for the rest of the grow. I just feel like the more light the better, and I dropped the left light a bit.