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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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  • QuadGrow - Greenhouse Sensations - Chillis Galore Forums
    be big enough for that although I d grow them in my greenhouse I m also curious about how you overwinter plants using a chilli quadgrow I m hoping to overwinter a few normal pot based plants this year first time ever so hopefully that will give me a better idea Top CBMotorsport Hot Head Posts 640 Joined Tue Jul 20 2010 2 33 pm Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by CBMotorsport Tue May 17 2011 10 54 pm I think over wintering would be tricky if you use a quadgrow The roots work themselves down and around the wick and end up in the resevoir at the bottom so unless you really trim the rootball back cut out the wick and repot into a smaller pot you cant overwinter in the quadgrow pots I guess the point is that I reckon a plant started nice and early put in a quadgrow and put in a greenhouse will probably give you 2 seasons worth of pods in it s first season so no need to overwinter I think the quadgrow is gonna get very crowded indeed but I guess that the plants will just form a proper bush I m not sure it will affect growth massively We ll see The quadgrow slim has about 6 7 inches between the pots so a bit more space The original quadgrow has only an inch or two between the plants I m sure someone who has had a season or two s quadgrow experience can comment This is my first crack at it so will report back in october CB Top Wilf Admin Posts 167 Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3 22 pm Location Wettest Coldest Norfolk Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Wilf Sat May 21 2011 8 59 pm I think the quadgrow slim is a better idea with the straight tank and pots as the 4 pots together in a square doesn t leave much room its a bit like the wilma 4 pot a bit squashed when they start getting big We are trying the octogrow and chilli grow this year in the diary for 2011 Both are looking good but I think final outcome will be the staright octogrow slim for me just the right size tank and growing positions but the chilli grow would be ideal if you have limited space Top dell boy Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by dell boy Tue May 31 2011 9 29 pm can i ask what growing media you have in your quadgrow is it soil coco clay pepples interested to know would like to see what the outcome is may consider getting somthing for next season cheers Top CBMotorsport Hot Head Posts 640 Joined Tue Jul 20 2010 2 33 pm Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by CBMotorsport Wed Jun 01 2011 9 37 am dell boy wrote can i ask what growing media you have in your quadgrow is it soil coco clay pepples interested to know would like to see what the outcome is may consider getting somthing for next season cheers I use soil here I m not sure the system is designed to work with anything else CB Top matt s Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by matt s Wed Jun 01 2011 11 11 am First time for me this season ive got 2 Chilligrows only one being used now thanks to Potters plants lol and 2 Quadgrow slims Chilligrow is in the office room on my pc desk one sweet pepper Scotch bonnnet and super chilli QG1 is in the little plastic greenhouse Choc Bhut Red Bhut Naga Morich and Orange Hab QG2 is on the patio Thai Drgaon Corno di torro Scotch bnnet and a Redskin pepper i made some stainless steel plates for this one to put on top of the pots to try and stop as much rainwater as poss getting into the pots affecting the res concentration My findings the 2 QG s are only just getting going but the CG i have been growing the longest i have 2 sweet pepper plants same batch same size etc one in CG and one in normal soil pot and the size difference really is amazing the CG grown one is at least 3 times as big and already got 3 or 4 sweet peppers growing on it 10 10 for GS stuff for me next year i might not even bother with normal soil pots as the CG and hopefully the QG are that good Matt Top beltwang Chilli Head Posts 172 Joined Sat Jan 01 2011 1 46 pm Location Costa Del Briz Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by beltwang Wed Jun 01 2011 6 11 pm Good idea with the steel plates Ive got a quadgrow slim in the plastic greenhouse which includes Trinidad scorp Trinidad mouroga blend Yellow 7 pod and Chocolate Hab Only been in a week so not much action yet saying that I havent seen the sun all week Top Maniac Chilli Head Posts 59 Joined Mon Nov 17 2008 5 10 pm Location Dublin Republic of Ireland Contact Contact Maniac WLM Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Maniac Fri Jun 03 2011 1 00 pm CBMotorsport wrote dell boy wrote can i ask what growing media you have in your quadgrow is it soil coco clay pepples interested to know would like to see what the outcome is may consider getting somthing for next season cheers I use soil here I m not sure the system is designed to work with anything else CB I use soil as well it might be beneficial to have maybe a small layer of clay pebbles or hydroleca but you need to make sure that the soil is in contact with the spreader matt to take in the water and nutes I will post some pics of my set up this weekend Top silvercue Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote

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  • QuadGrow - Greenhouse Sensations - Page 3 - Chillis Galore Forums
    Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by TheOzricle Wed Jan 15 2014 12 53 pm I m the same 15ml of each a b per 5ltrs rings a bell I was only adding 5ltrs to my res until the plants were more established though so the water wasn t hanging around in the res for weeks Top Shep Chilli Head Posts 268 Joined Fri May 28 2010 5 17 pm Location West Midlands England Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Shep Wed Jan 15 2014 2 03 pm By the time the plants are big enough to go in the Quadgrow they ll be mature enough to take a full strength feed Top Mustafa Chilli Chilli Head Posts 341 Joined Thu Aug 07 2014 12 17 pm Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Mustafa Chilli Tue Aug 19 2014 12 45 am I looked at these and couldn t see a difference between the quadgrow and someone using a trough filled with water with a couple of pots inside It seems rather expensive if that is that case or am I missing something Paul Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by ChilliJez Tue Aug 19 2014 11 06 am Mustafa Chilli wrote I looked at these and couldn t see a difference between the quadgrow and someone using a trough filled with water with a couple of pots inside It seems rather expensive if that is that case or am I missing something Paul Essentially you re right The pots actually sit above the reservoir and have wicks to lift nutrient solution to the roots I have made my own versions in the past However having been given one I think they re properly made and sturdy It ll last years unlike my lash ups in the past And it works without messing I d consider buying another and I wouldn t have said that before Top TheLargeOne Chilli Head Posts 264 Joined Sat Sep 03 2011 10 33 pm Location Taunton Somerset Contact Contact TheLargeOne Website Twitter Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by TheLargeOne Wed Aug 20 2014 9 49 am i have 8 of these in the polytunnel ATM and will definately be investing in more for next year the difference in QG plants and my normal 15l bucket grows is remarkable much bigger plants and ripened pods about 3 4 weeks earlier Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by ChilliJez Wed Aug 20 2014 4 56 pm Look at Pigeon s grow log om May 13th for a decent homemade example And today s entry for how successful it is Top Mustafa Chilli Chilli Head Posts 341 Joined Thu Aug 07 2014 12 17 pm Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Mustafa Chilli Wed Aug

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  • QuadGrow - Greenhouse Sensations - Page 2 - Chillis Galore Forums
    23 pm Do these systems just consist of a pot with a wick and a reservoir Shurely you could make your own Top beltwang Chilli Head Posts 172 Joined Sat Jan 01 2011 1 46 pm Location Costa Del Briz Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by beltwang Thu Jan 19 2012 8 00 pm Correct but u pay for the nutes too which play a big part I still had a large yield so I m going to get another for this season Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by dennish Fri Jan 27 2012 9 02 am Hey chaps Santa brought me a Chilligrow this year I m thinking to start off indoors in early Spring and then transfer to a plastic green house say April time Any general tips or advice Any varieties species which are particularly suited I see you have had good success with a similar set up beltwang Those plants look tall I was hoping to get away with a plastic growhouse which is 1 5m high How tall is yours Cheers Dennis Last edited by dennish on Fri Jan 27 2012 1 33 pm edited 1 time in total Top beltwang Chilli Head Posts 172 Joined Sat Jan 01 2011 1 46 pm Location Costa Del Briz Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by beltwang Fri Jan 27 2012 1 28 pm Mines 6x4ft so about 183cm tall you won t be disapointed with the chilligrow I think its down to the variety which you put in it I put in 7pods last year and a TS morouga they are generaly tall growing plants Top eeyore Chilli Head Posts 123 Joined Wed Jun 16 2010 12 34 pm Location Stockport Contact Contact eeyore Website Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by eeyore Tue Feb 14 2012 12 51 pm how big are the wicks on these Just wondering as i m in to minds to make one or 6 and spend the ÃƒÆ Ã â Ãâ à â â ÃƒÆ Ã Â ÃƒÂ Ã â Šà  Ãâ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ÃƒÂ Ã â šÂ Ã Â ÃƒÆ Ã â ŠÃ⠚à  50 notes another solar grow ether way this year there getting my money again Top beltwang Chilli Head Posts 172 Joined Sat Jan 01 2011 1 46 pm Location Costa Del Briz Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by beltwang Tue Feb 14 2012 10 05 pm I think they are approx 12in tall 6 wide however mine were triangle shaped I m tempted by the solar grow any good Top eeyore Chilli Head Posts 123 Joined Wed Jun 16 2010 12 34 pm Location Stockport Contact Contact eeyore Website Re QuadGrow Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by eeyore Wed Feb 15 2012 6 54 am Simply amazing I ve been dabbling in hydro for a few years

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  • Greenhouse shading - Chillis Galore Forums
    manufacturers say Or is it pain to remove I also have a large roll of bubble wrap I acquired which could be an option I guess What is everyone used to Top phillyb86 Hot Head Posts 903 Joined Tue Dec 01 2009 2 21 pm Location Durham Re Greenhouse shading Quote Post by phillyb86 Thu May 23 2013 9 34 pm I m sure nick uses the paint on stuff Maybe he can help you Mine were brought up on a sunny window sill so have been fine Top TheLargeOne Chilli Head Posts 264 Joined Sat Sep 03 2011 10 33 pm Location Taunton Somerset Contact Contact TheLargeOne Website Twitter Re Greenhouse shading Quote Post by TheLargeOne Thu May 23 2013 10 09 pm I used bubble wrap When it s finished roll it up ready for next year Top gaz1823 Chilli Head Posts 197 Joined Sat Aug 20 2011 11 03 am Re Greenhouse shading Quote Post by gaz1823 Thu Jun 13 2013 9 20 pm id imagine a diluted more than recommended paint on stuff would be good with it being diluted it just just ccoome off with a good scrub failing that a fish tank scraper would do the trick on subburn bits Top OutsideIn Chilli Head Posts 254 Joined Tue Jul 19 2011 2 00 pm Location Lesta Re Greenhouse shading Quote Post by OutsideIn Fri Jun 14 2013 12 08 am I got some green mesh for my dad s greenhouse last year to provide a bit of shade Thankfully it stops bullets too Top gritty Chilli Head Posts 105 Joined Fri Jul 20 2012 8 14 pm Location Stockport Re Greenhouse shading Quote Post by gritty Mon Jun 17 2013 10 10 am I find the day you apply the paint on stuff the

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  • Quadgrow Slims - Chillis Galore Forums
    to start feeding them the nutrients provided with the Quadgrow kit Any advice or tips from you guys that have used them before would be appreciated Cheers Mark Top TheOzricle Hot Head Posts 641 Joined Mon Mar 26 2012 8 50 pm Re Quadgrow Slims Quote Post by TheOzricle Sat Apr 13 2013 3 06 pm Not used the quadgrows YET But I would just follow the instructions with the quadgrow Top water till the roots take Then use the nutes which came with the kit Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re Quadgrow Slims Quote Post by Slyboy Sat Apr 13 2013 5 38 pm Hi Mark I d recommend putting the plant you want big crops from in the remaining spaces I did really well with orange hab yellow fatalii ring of fire and paper lantern in mine last year Have a look at my 2012 grow log an you will see how I set it up My first mistake was to put the plants in when they were a bit too small As ozricle says follow the instructions so remember to wet the wick before putting in your soil mix and plants I always use John Innes no 2 and perlite and vermiculite It works for me Then put on the quad grow but don t put anything in the reservoir until the top of the soil has dried a little For me I waited 3 days I was impatient Then fill the res with the mix if GS A B nutes following their strength guidelines From memory this is 30ml of A and 30ml of B to 10 litres of water For my quad grow slims these took 30 litres Then top water for the

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