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  • Solar Fans for Greenhouse - Chillis Galore Forums
    Greenhouse Quote Post by ronniedeb Thu Apr 16 2015 3 53 pm I ll be watching this with interest Dennish Would suit my small greenhouse too Hope they work out for you Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by ChilliJez Thu Apr 16 2015 11 18 pm It would be cheap and self regulating to make a solar chimney Worth considering No moving parts http en wikipedia org wiki Solar chimney Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by dennish Fri Apr 17 2015 10 34 am ChilliJez wrote It would be cheap and self regulating to make a solar chimney Worth considering No moving parts http en wikipedia org wiki Solar chimney Very interesting Jeremy not sure how this could be incorporated into an existing GH structure Do you use this method at all Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by dennish Fri Apr 17 2015 10 34 am ChilliJez wrote It would be cheap and self regulating to make a solar chimney Worth considering No moving parts http en wikipedia org wiki Solar chimney Very interesting Jeremy not sure how this could be incorporated into an existing GH structure Do you use this method at all Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Solar Fans for Greenhouse Quote Post by ChilliJez Sat Apr 18 2015 10 55 pm Dennis I have no experience of this but

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  • Bio Green Jumbo Propagator - Chillis Galore Forums
    bare bones Decent size I use mine in the spare room but would be happy to use in green house too Holds 32 35oc even on coldest of days Top Chilli Keith Chilli Guru Posts 1269 Joined Sat Jan 03 2015 11 06 pm Location West Sussex Contact Contact Chilli Keith Facebook Re Bio Green Jumbo Propagator Quote Post by Chilli Keith Sat Feb 21 2015 6 32 pm We have 3 of these and one of them worked really well for germinating 500 chilli seedlings now being potted up and transferred to a Vitopod The Bio Green will probably produce hardier plants than the Vitopod in our case as the biogreen does allow large fluctuations in temperate occasionally down to 10 degrees on a frosty night not that the plants have minded at all with very close to a 100 germination rate with all of our chinense seeds nb we may have different heat pads as they were second hand when we bought them The only down side I have with these is that I have had to balance mine on 6 massive plant trays to catch condensation as it runs down the sides on to whatever surface it is standing on Not much of a complaint as I am very happy with our plants Top Douglah Seedling Posts 41 Joined Sat Feb 21 2015 12 18 pm Location London Re Bio Green Jumbo Propagator Quote Post by Douglah Sun Feb 22 2015 1 06 pm I have mine sitting on base of grow room and use the cappilliary matting so no probs I like the look of the vito pod especially if I had room outside I intend to leave cap may in grow room with pots on it and just take off the poly canopy once seedlings

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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
    Password I forgot my password Resend activation email Remember me Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure you read any forum rules

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  • Bio Green Jumbo Propagator - Chillis Galore Forums
    bare bones Decent size I use mine in the spare room but would be happy to use in green house too Holds 32 35oc even on coldest of days Top Chilli Keith Chilli Guru Posts 1269 Joined Sat Jan 03 2015 11 06 pm Location West Sussex Contact Contact Chilli Keith Facebook Re Bio Green Jumbo Propagator Quote Post by Chilli Keith Sat Feb 21 2015 6 32 pm We have 3 of these and one of them worked really well for germinating 500 chilli seedlings now being potted up and transferred to a Vitopod The Bio Green will probably produce hardier plants than the Vitopod in our case as the biogreen does allow large fluctuations in temperate occasionally down to 10 degrees on a frosty night not that the plants have minded at all with very close to a 100 germination rate with all of our chinense seeds nb we may have different heat pads as they were second hand when we bought them The only down side I have with these is that I have had to balance mine on 6 massive plant trays to catch condensation as it runs down the sides on to whatever surface it is standing on Not much of a complaint as I am very happy with our plants Top Douglah Seedling Posts 41 Joined Sat Feb 21 2015 12 18 pm Location London Re Bio Green Jumbo Propagator Quote Post by Douglah Sun Feb 22 2015 1 06 pm I have mine sitting on base of grow room and use the cappilliary matting so no probs I like the look of the vito pod especially if I had room outside I intend to leave cap may in grow room with pots on it and just take off the poly canopy once seedlings

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  • MADDOGHYDRO (LED review) - Chillis Galore Forums
    again ebay for 9 each socket takes a maxium of 125W bulbs so if the user decided to use CFL daylight thats 500W of light but im sticking with LEDS at the mo because there doing very well indeed sorry for the dodgy cam work but you can still see how bright these are this is my gusto green in pot ponics under these thanks for reading maddoghydro Top Palendrone Chilli Head Posts 233 Joined Thu Apr 04 2013 9 30 pm Location Leamington Spa Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by Palendrone Tue Jun 04 2013 12 46 pm Superb thanks for sharing 0 will look at this option for extra lighting for next year Have a LED V CFL comparison myself then Top TimEdwards Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by TimEdwards Thu Jun 06 2013 9 31 am What is the coverage like for 9W 1 plants worth or more Top maddoghydro Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by maddoghydro Fri Jun 07 2013 7 53 pm 2ft x 2ft is one light but with this splitter is enough for my 4x4x6 tent Top spencerbanks Seedling Posts 18 Joined Wed Apr 19 2006 10 04 am Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by spencerbanks Sat Jun 29 2013 2 27 pm Hi MADDOGHYDRO How many plants do you have in your grow tent with the 4 led bulbs i must say the bulbs look good i want to build a 2ft x 2ft makeshift prob with either a wooden fram and reflective sheeting taped around it could you send a link where you got the bulbs and the splitter from i was considering getting a t5 light but am tempted by these it s only to give the plants a really good start are the bulbs for

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  • Chillis Galore Forums - Login
    Password I forgot my password Resend activation email Remember me Hide my online status this session Register In order to login you must be registered Registering takes only a few moments but gives you increased capabilities The board administrator may also grant additional permissions to registered users Before you register please ensure you are familiar with our terms of use and related policies Please ensure you read any forum rules

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  • MADDOGHYDRO (LED review) - Chillis Galore Forums
    again ebay for 9 each socket takes a maxium of 125W bulbs so if the user decided to use CFL daylight thats 500W of light but im sticking with LEDS at the mo because there doing very well indeed sorry for the dodgy cam work but you can still see how bright these are this is my gusto green in pot ponics under these thanks for reading maddoghydro Top Palendrone Chilli Head Posts 233 Joined Thu Apr 04 2013 9 30 pm Location Leamington Spa Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by Palendrone Tue Jun 04 2013 12 46 pm Superb thanks for sharing 0 will look at this option for extra lighting for next year Have a LED V CFL comparison myself then Top TimEdwards Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by TimEdwards Thu Jun 06 2013 9 31 am What is the coverage like for 9W 1 plants worth or more Top maddoghydro Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by maddoghydro Fri Jun 07 2013 7 53 pm 2ft x 2ft is one light but with this splitter is enough for my 4x4x6 tent Top spencerbanks Seedling Posts 18 Joined Wed Apr 19 2006 10 04 am Re MADDOGHYDRO LED review Quote Post by spencerbanks Sat Jun 29 2013 2 27 pm Hi MADDOGHYDRO How many plants do you have in your grow tent with the 4 led bulbs i must say the bulbs look good i want to build a 2ft x 2ft makeshift prob with either a wooden fram and reflective sheeting taped around it could you send a link where you got the bulbs and the splitter from i was considering getting a t5 light but am tempted by these it s only to give the plants a really good start are the bulbs for

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  • LED floodlight - Chillis Galore Forums
    Re LED floodlight Quote Post by adie Wed Aug 21 2013 1 39 pm any idea which bridgelux Couldnt track it down on google images All the ones i can find are yellow covered units Top nagaz Hot Head Posts 532 Joined Thu Jun 16 2011 10 17 pm Re LED floodlight Quote Post by nagaz Wed Aug 21 2013 3 56 pm OutsideIn wrote Looks like the emitters in your light are made by Bridgelux from the US I ve not used them before so I couldn t comment However I wish you luck with it and I m keen to see how it performs Thanks Sorry when you asked which manufacturer I thought you meant the actual unit The LED chip as you say is claimed to have been made by Bridgelux I hope I get some positive results from it and not have wasted my money Even if I can t get the plants fruiting I should be able to use it to start off young plants Top adie Re LED floodlight Quote Post by adie Thu Aug 22 2013 9 41 am This is an interesting setup with the heatsinks and coolers using similar integrated chips A little pricey though pk of 3 http www aliexpress com store product 14119 html If it puts out light you can use it for something so its never wasted plus you can always put it back on ebay if you find something better Top adie Re LED floodlight Quote Post by adie Mon Aug 26 2013 10 43 pm Has anyone considered multiple warm white LED modules like the one below with 10 LED chips Currently the XM L is one of the most efficient emitters available for standard lighting i know its full spectrum rather than just the specific 400 s and 600 s wavelengths but are putting out 100L watt so without getting too heavily into PAR and microeinsteins just curious if anyone thinks that overall it might produce good results http www ebay co uk itm 190876977707 Top nagaz Hot Head Posts 532 Joined Thu Jun 16 2011 10 17 pm Re LED floodlight Quote Post by nagaz Tue Aug 27 2013 2 04 am I was looking at white floodlights before I came across the grow light I decided to go with the grow light due to the specific wavelengths Top adie Re LED floodlight Quote Post by adie Tue Aug 27 2013 7 30 am That makes sense i was curious if you actually get more overall light output from the XML than the specifics due to their greater efficiencies as most of the coloured LEDs on ebay are quoting lower efficiencies I think an experiment is needed Top nagaz Hot Head Posts 532 Joined Thu Jun 16 2011 10 17 pm Re LED floodlight Quote Post by nagaz Tue Aug 27 2013 12 09 pm An experiment would be great but unfortunately don t have the funds Keep us posted if you ever

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