FEMINIZED White Widow, from ILGM…
(order # 318913)
Seems to be some confusion, I saw in my email mention of an order # 368178 listing 5 WW (F)
~ I thought I got the above number from the received packet…
For some time I have dreamed of creating a full “Grow Room” dedicated to plants only - and it seemed to me the thing of all things would be to make all surfaces reflective. To this end, there is a stuff you can get from AMAZON that is a one hundred foot roll of 48" wide 100% light reflective material, that can be cut to drape right down any wall surface. It can be fixed to a 4 x 8 foot panel of 1/8" veneer or panelling using simple adhesives, though I prefer to use clear silicone with a few stables to hold it in place as it cures - on the side panels.
For the ceiling I lay a panel down on the floor, lay out and cut the “SILVERING” for the panel, and then glue it on and let it dry while laying flat. This panel can then be tacked to the ceiling with a Bostitch stapler, or whatever
~ The floor can have cheap space blankets rolled out on it, with carpet protector strips to prevent foot traffic from messing them up.
I still have not completed everything, and I kinda don’t want to say too much here, since it is still not legal where i am. It would be bad for someone not “Stooled to the 420 Society” to see a picture and think: “I know who that guy is…”
~ This panel is having a space blanket glued onto the BACKSIDE of it, to provide insulation that no one will ever know is there.
I had to repair some wall panels, and this was an idea that makes it even tighter against thermal and moisture issues I thought
This is still ‘in process’ but in the meantime I sent for another Morsen M series 1500 watt (EQ - 280 actual) full spectrum array, because out of the two light arrays I have, the plants all turn towards THAT ONE!
~ Which tells me they like it…
At any rate, those arrays on Amazon are now $139.oo USD where originally they were $150 or so.
I began a year or so back with a single 1200W (EQ) led array, and Jack Herer did reasonably well.
I have come to the belief now that the light I had shining down was just not enough, and there are more issues with small and confined spaces. When things change, they tend to change quick. In a larger space, there is time to correct a bad humidity, or dry plants thing.
- When you have many plants growing together, they seem to do better. It is almost as if they relax, because they have company of their own specie…
I added a Morsen M series 1500W (EQ) and I saw that the plants actually responded to this “Full Spectrum” array by GROWING TOWARDS IT…
I’m being completely candid here, the plants actually turned their leaves towards that one, which has an IR, UV, and extra RED wavelength LED’s in it, as I remember.
The original one they almost totally ignore.
For this reason, I just sent for another one just like it. For this next attempt I have available:
1200W x 1
1500W x 2
a pair of blue floods
a 250W Sylvania IR floodlight (not used continuously/reserved)
And then the reflective material to turn it all into a “Martian Habitat”
- Ventilation is another story, there were existing roof vents that I will have fun with
When it’s done, it might be a blinding experience to take a flash photo in there…
FYI: Check this out -
The material is actually thicker than car window tint, and can be used on home windows and sliding glass doors for the obvious advantages
~ I will have to take more pictures, the ones I had I deleted
~ It DOES NOT have an adhesive backing on it, you have to work that out for yourself
FRANK frickkin’ OUT 4 now…
Holy smoke! The price of a roll is now around thirty bucks - it has gone down! That much of THAT material is easily worth fifty…
You figure that with 8 foot tall walls, four feet wide, a 100 foot roll can cover 96 feet, or TWELVE wall panels of the average kind…
- I have nothing to do with Amazon or the Manufacturer or Seller.
This is not an advertisement, but Robert? This could be another “stuff” that you could offer.
I mean that sincerely…