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  • 300w blue cfl light & canopy first thoughts review. - Chillis Galore Forums
    chains although i m more likely to make a light box for mine Turning on the light its very bright as you d expect from a 300w bulb like this although its mid morning atm i m in an already bright conservatory i ll get a better idea of the brightness at night time Is it a good purchase Time will tell i guess I cant give any performance reviews as i have no seedlings yet lol i ll do a follow up review once i have some germinated Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Re 300w blue cfl light canopy first thoughts review Quote Post by Slyboy Tue Jan 08 2013 1 00 pm Looks identical to the one I got off eBay last year I also had very good results from it so you may want to check out my grow log from then Only issue I had with it was this year when I very carefully unwrapped the bulb from storage I had been keeping it in plugged it in and poof bulb blown Hence I now need to get another one which I am waiting until I get paid for since they are about 30 each Top Mark H Seedling Posts 48 Joined Sat Aug 25 2012 4 32 pm Location Donisthorpe Re 300w blue cfl light canopy first thoughts review Quote Post by Mark H Tue Jan 08 2013 3 23 pm Slyboy It does look the same as your light mate its nice to know you had good results from it I ve just had a good read through of your 2012 log Wow considering we had such poor weather last year you did really well and had some lovely looking plants chillis

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  • Window Sill Propagator - Chillis Galore Forums
    599 Joined Wed Jun 30 2010 9 18 pm Location north somerset Re Window Sill Propagator Quote Post by nickdu Fri Sep 17 2010 9 13 am I bought one last week been using one of their other propagators for four or five years now with no complaints Imho the window cill propagator looks a very good idea design Top wuyang Chilli Head Posts 81 Joined Fri Oct 16 2009 10 46 pm Location Sheffield South Yorkshire Re Window Sill Propagator Quote Post by wuyang Sat Feb 19 2011 9 00 pm I have the window sill propagtor I have nothing to compare it to but i can say that it has worked very well for me and it seems good quality My mother also has one and shes really impressed with it Its very versatile with the seven individual untis and sits nicely on the window sill I would recommend one without hesitation Top gaz1823 Chilli Head Posts 197 Joined Sat Aug 20 2011 11 03 am Re Window Sill Propagator Quote Post by gaz1823 Mon Oct 01 2012 7 10 pm I ve just grabbed one of these from the car boot 4 Can t wait to use

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  • Greenhouse going up - Chillis Galore Forums
    way I can do it It looks like this greenhouse will be a beast of a building which is what I needed for my location but it s turning out to be rather more fraught with unnecessary hold ups than should have happened I had a good mind to turn the delivery away until all was right but that would probably have incurred additional expense in getting it back up here At least it s going up but to say I m furious with http www greenhousesdirect co uk is an understatement They have not indicated it could be earlier that the missing parts may arrive so I m not holding out any hope for that to happen I doubt I will get any satisfaction with being reimbursed the cost of the builders having to come back but I will never deal with this company again Did they think they were doing me a favour They were made fully aware of my circumstances from the start I don t think they thought at all except about themselves Customer service Does not exist in this case so far Anyway here are some pics to whet your appetites Personally I ve lost my mine Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re Greenhouse going up Quote Post by ronniedeb Fri Apr 20 2012 8 06 pm Hey Shame about the delay Don t worry When all the building and waiting is finished you will be delighted with your greenhouse forget the stressful holdups ever happened and will have an amazing future of chilli growing Top nagaz Hot Head Posts 532 Joined Thu Jun 16 2011 10 17 pm Re Greenhouse going up Quote Post by nagaz Fri Apr 20 2012 8 22 pm Sorry about the greenhouse you should have strong words with the company I hate it when companies do these things Last year when we had our patio deck and fences done we were promised that the materials would be here at 9am So the builder turned up at 8 45 9 nothing 10 nothing rang 10 30 Oh it s on it s way Eventually got here at 2pm and the builder sat around for most of the day getting paid for nothing Top Stan Re Greenhouse going up Quote Post by Stan Fri Apr 20 2012 8 27 pm I would expect this sort of thing from B Q but when you pay a company over two grand you expect a lot better It s just damned stupid Oh well I have no option but to wait now Last edited by Stan on Sat Apr 21 2012 12 03 am edited 1 time in total Top Alexfeetham Re Greenhouse going up Quote Post by Alexfeetham Fri Apr 20 2012 11 51 pm The sucks that they didn t get everything to you at the same time As you said with such an expensive product you would expect them

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  • SB Plant Invigorator - Ready To Use Trigger Spray 500 ml - Chillis Galore Forums
    use the odd foliar application of water soluble 20 20 20 micro although I m really trying to go all organic these days Oh ya also a few sprays of epsom salts especially on the C chinenses Top Experiment Re SB Plant Invigorator Ready To Use Trigger Spray 500 ml Quote Post by Experiment Mon Sep 13 2010 2 18 pm Any reason as to the organic road same ions you know that or more its slow release to keep nute concentration down or any other reason Take it this is where you are using the fulvic humic acids then Dave Top POTAWIE Re SB Plant Invigorator Ready To Use Trigger Spray 500 ml Quote Post by POTAWIE Mon Sep 13 2010 2 38 pm To be honest organic is really just a buzz word with hundreds of different definitions depending on your location but in general its usually a step towards better healthier produce IMO and composting helps lighten the load on landfill sites I am what I eat and I prefer to not use chemicals and or pesticides on my food and prefer to improve my soil rather than ruin it over time with chemical fertilizers There is also more demand and more money from organic produce in my location and organic is usually healthier and tastier in my opinion Composts manures are nearly free for me and are full of free beneficial microbes I haven t used fulvic humic acids in quite some time so I can t really comment too much Top Experiment Re SB Plant Invigorator Ready To Use Trigger Spray 500 ml Quote Post by Experiment Mon Sep 13 2010 4 56 pm I also eat my own so careful what goes in no pesticides only hydrogen peroxide but indoors no real pest problems thankfully Anyway back on tract what would you make a foliar spray up from Any special recipes foe foliar application to get a plant back to life I use topmax for fulvics humics about a quarter strength or less nute mix drop of washing up liquid and some H2O2 Rhizotonic if it is a root problem i would add as i think i can see a little help when using this stuff on rooting plants Whats your take on Superthrive ok for stressed plants or just a waste of dosh Dave Top POTAWIE Re SB Plant Invigorator Ready To Use Trigger Spray 500 ml Quote Post by POTAWIE Mon Sep 13 2010 5 41 pm There s a million Thrive products out there and they are usually a combination of B1 vitamin and and Naphthalene Acetic Acid NNA which is a synthetic auxin and is known to cause cell elongation I prefer to go organic try not to use auxins or growth regulators anymore I know many who report larger spaces between nodes and taller skinnier plants Most people I know who have used it have not found its benefits worth the money As for foliar sprays I like to

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  • Plant isolation netting at poundland - Chillis Galore Forums
    the usual stuff they have packs of tomato cap netting 10x1m which is the perfect stuff to isolate a few plants if youre planning on saving the seeds 1 pack should easily cover 10 plants so a bargain for a quid Last edited by Sassafras on Thu Feb 09 2012 11 08 pm edited 1 time in total Top nagaz Hot Head Posts 532 Joined Thu Jun 16 2011 10 17 pm Re Plant netting at poundland Quote Post by nagaz Thu Feb 09 2012 12 46 am Great idea to get true seeds Need to visit poundland That place is excellent for gardening bits and bobs Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Plant netting at poundland Quote Post by ChilliJez Thu Feb 09 2012 10 12 pm I bought a load of gardening stuff there last year Cheap and not necessarily great but good enough and yes cheap Thanks for that sassafras I m off for loads of capillary matting for my self watering pots Top Display posts from previous All posts 1 day 7 days 2 weeks 1 month 3 months 6 months 1

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  • Grow tent review - Secret Jardin DR120 rev.2 - Chillis Galore Forums
    one person to put up can be done but a huge hassle only downside about the tent Dave Top Ben Chilli Head Posts 279 Joined Mon May 03 2004 7 57 pm Location just outside winchester Re Grow tent review Secret Jardin DR120 rev 2 Quote Post by Ben Tue Jan 31 2012 9 48 pm what kind of fans and lighting are you using in yours Dave Looking at Greens Horticulture a Ruck 125mm low power version should be sufficient to clear way more than the tent volume 60 times an hour yet mj forums seem to suggest looking at getting no smaller than 150mm high power to keep tent cool enough big difference in price so would like to think could get away with the smaller one if possible Top Experiment Re Grow tent review Secret Jardin DR120 rev 2 Quote Post by Experiment Tue Jan 31 2012 10 19 pm Ben wrote what kind of fans and lighting are you using in yours Dave Looking at Greens Horticulture a Ruck 125mm low power version should be sufficient to clear way more than the tent volume 60 times an hour yet mj forums seem to suggest looking at getting no smaller than 150mm high power to keep tent cool enough big difference in price so would like to think could get away with the smaller one if possible I use a 600watt HID light so both HPS and MH light MH gives out more heat than HPS i find I have 100mm for intake and 150mm for output but never use them both one would do the job as air pressure has a habit of equalising If you need to use a carbon filter then get a 150mm 6inch fan as the filter will inhibit air flow a good bit If you can get ducting right to the base of the bulb and can switch the fan on for all of the time lights are on then 100mm would do but 125mm or 150mm be better if budget allows The bigger fans can move more air quickly though depends on how quick it builds up and how well you can get rid of the excess hot air as far from the tent as possible They are noisy too if noise is going to be an issue then read the data sheets first for the quietest models They do work but can be an issue if you share a house with the non growers not an issue when you are alone Dave Top Anja Chilli Head Posts 257 Joined Fri Jan 01 2010 10 08 pm Location Slagelse Denmark Re Grow tent review Secret Jardin DR120 rev 2 Quote Post by Anja Tue Jan 31 2012 10 27 pm why not use some LED light instead No heat problem and a cleaner environment I would use 2 4 lamps 12 W each or a 50 W UFO for a tent that size And my guess would be that keeping

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  • Ionising Daylight Bulbs - Chillis Galore Forums
    feel Cheap CFL bulbs with similar fittings would do the same result watt for watt Shop around as i feel these are way to expensive for the job you want Cheap 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  1 22 watt CFL daylight bulbs do the same job These bulbs cannot cause ionising to the air molecules it would be very dangerous if it could Good luck with your seedlings and 2012 season Dave Top ronniedeb Chilli Guru Posts 3140 Joined Fri Sep 02 2011 10 31 am Location Galway Ireland Re Ionising Daylight Bulbs Quote Post by ronniedeb Wed Dec 28 2011 10 48 pm Ok good to know not that I ve been ripped off but that they will do no harm I had presumed that a Daylight Bulb would provide better light than a normal CFL Thanks Ronan Top Experiment Re Ionising Daylight Bulbs Quote Post by Experiment Wed Dec 28 2011 11 07 pm It all depends on how the bulb makes the daylight Some use chemical coatings like phosphors others use red blue and green light to make up the light Blue light or mainly blue light would be best for them at the early seedling stage but a balanced light is a happy plant it will still grow green light is not needed but is about 33 of the light output Make up for it with another bulb Cheapest usually is best for the small wattage CFL bulbs daisy chain a few together safely wired now and they do wonders Experiment with different types of CFL bulbs and see what gives best results A reflector and

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  • Wilma 4 Pot System - Chillis Galore Forums
    the nutrient tank holds 30 litres when full http www greenshorticulture co uk Top mattydeakin Re Wilma 4 Pot System Quote Post by mattydeakin Thu Jul 24 2008 1 51 pm Thanks for the review wilf Im definately buying one of these systems before xmas coupled with 200w cfls both blue and red Think im going to use the clay pebble growing medium rather than soil however I take it if im using clay pebbles it would be best to use rockwool cubes or rockwool slab for germination Would root riot cubes work Top Wilf Admin Posts 167 Joined Sun Mar 14 2004 3 22 pm Location Wettest Coldest Norfolk Re Wilma 4 Pot System Quote Post by Wilf Thu Jul 24 2008 6 21 pm I started of ours in Jiffy pellets this year then popped these into 3 inch rockwool cubes as we were also growing for a NFT system as well you probably don t need to plant them on for use in the Wilma as using clay pebbles the plant is quite supported but they definately need more help if plonked on an NFT table Always make sure a good root system is showing before planting on I have even decided to change from a soil grown plant to put into it just wash off as much soil as you can leaving a nice clean root system and cover with clay pebbles plant took off straight away We have some Fleximix cubes to try next time but either Root Riot cubes or Jiffy pellets give you a good start Top mattydeakin Re Wilma 4 Pot System Quote Post by mattydeakin Thu Jul 24 2008 6 41 pm Sounds like a plan I cant wait to start im going to grow bhut jolokia and 7 pods in

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