GreenThunder 4x4 tent-QB


#61

I think it’s a good light. I’ve had one in a 2x4 closet for about 6 months.
I had 1000w HPS in my 4x4 tent and the temps were usually too high. There was also an intake fan for cooling and a ballast that was adjustable (600, 750, 1000)
The LED lights are adjustable (135-285) and two are enough to flower in my 4x4 tent (one would veg in that space but I have a separate space for that)

These are numbers on the v2. I got the v1 but didn’t copy the numbers and now it doesn’t seem to be available.


#62

Tanks four conversation, i reealy look four friends to grow monsters :joy::rofl:
Love and Light


#63

Helloo my friend, Green Thunder, so du You rekomend me to buy this lamp???
Becouse i Will buy one soon, and I whos think ING about a lamp like proffs.
If I anderstand you write, do You have this lamp??
Do You see The diffrent all over The grow period??
Love and Light from sweden


#64

If you’re wanting LED, then yes, I do recommend this light. There are several different options, including a single unit that would also work in my tent. I opted for two for more flexibility. I can’t link the site here but if you Google hlg it shouldn’t be too hard to find.

Edit: I forgot to tag @dbrn32 :sunglasses: he can tell you more than you need to know about lights :slightly_smiling_face:

Edit 2: I have only just started to use it for flowering so I can’t say how it does with that. I really do think it’s been good for vegging, but the only comparison I have is 600 watt HPS


#65

Thanks for tag @GreenThunder

What size space are you looking for an led light for?


#66

The space is 3.5m and 2 m and 2.40. And I Will fix a new room to put a tent also… In The same slice.


#67

That’s a pretty big space! Hlg doesn’t really make a light designed to compete with 600 watt hps. You’d have to go to timber or maybe rapid led for that. Their hlg-550 is designed to provide similar light output of a 1000 watt hps fixture though. They recommend that light for a 4x4 tent. Growerslights offers diy kit version of it too.


#68

My most neglected journal :no_mouth:

The tent is at capacity with four beauties. We have 2 Grape Ape clones, 1 Laughing Buddha clone, and 1 Triple Cheese.

The LB clone got a major pruning last night.

Before

After


#69

I canceled my order for the autopot system because I didn’t have the extra $70 for shipping. I have been budgeting and am close to ready to order but now I’m looking at (and liking) the octopot system. Do you use it?
Does anyone else here use it?


#70

Can I ask why that over just a regular RDWC setup? You could build a setup for hydro for the price of just a couple of those? I haven’t seen anyone here using the octopot but I’ve seen some YouTube videos on them.


#71

Mostly I’m attracted to the lack of connecting units and running air pumps, as well as not having to change the reservoir.


#72

I see. I liked the water level float thing on them. Other that I don’t have much input lol.


#73

A question for anyone who’s used or is using the octopot… can they be used with coco or is it best to use soil?


#74

Researched a bit more and found sunshine mix 3 (?) is recommended. Before I decide whether to get the octopot, I found and ordered these ‘gro bucket’ inserts that do basically the same thing. I think these will work for autos in my closet.

In the tent, we have Wonder Woman watching over things.

And it’s been decided, GA clone-clone2 will be given to hubby’s uncle. He’s struggling to get things going in his tent and I thought a flowering plant would give his confidence a boost. Anyone ever relocate a flowering plant, in hydro? Any advice, whether you have done it or not?

She was really open in the middle so I pulled some branches inward (don’t think I’ve ever had to do that)