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  • What heat for a DIY Grow box? - Chillis Galore Forums
    Oct 08 2015 8 22 pm Hi Some considerations Try not to let the grow area dip below around 10C Try not to go much above about 30 in a small are Plants dry out quickly when in small pots Try and keep the temperature fluctuations from lights on and lights off to 10 15 degree Consider ventilation or a fan or both Use reflective material over the insulation White or silver reflective work great It will be great to see your build Looking forward to it Hope it helps Not sure what previous experience you have had Good luck Top wackojacko Seedling Posts 48 Joined Sat Oct 10 2009 9 56 pm Re What heat for a DIY Grow box Quote Post by wackojacko Tue Oct 13 2015 11 44 am Excellent advice will consider all points cheers Top simon04 Chilli Head Posts 53 Joined Tue Mar 12 2013 10 41 pm Location Wiltshire Contact Contact simon04 Website Facebook Google Twitter YouTube Re What heat for a DIY Grow box Quote Post by simon04 Sat Oct 31 2015 10 12 pm I have my grow tent indoors so the room temp doesn t fluctuate too much I use 4x two foot flourescent tubes with no additional heat or ventilation I didn t have any problem with seedlings but I much prefer summer season with natural light Though I have been tempted to try LED s Top wackojacko Seedling Posts 48 Joined Sat Oct 10 2009 9 56 pm Re What heat for a DIY Grow box Quote Post by wackojacko Thu Nov 26 2015 8 50 am Ok so I ve built me box and I m reasonably happy with it just one problem I don t seem to be able to generate enough heat to germinate The idea

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  • Pleasantly surprised by some cheap Chinese LEDs - Chillis Galore Forums
    I have found out first hand it s not the watts that are the only or even major factor when it comes to LED growing Useable light is the key You can give it 1000w of light in an unusable spectrum and you would be wasting most of your money It s a brilliant experiment that many others may benefit from Indoor growing doesn t have to be expensive Keep an eye on your minimum temps and keep us updated Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Pleasantly surprised by some cheap Chinese LEDs Quote Post by ChilliJez Wed Oct 28 2015 6 51 am Quite impressive growth in a month Horsebones What wavelengths is your light putting out Top snagglepuss Chilli Guru Posts 1059 Joined Sat Jun 05 2010 7 16 pm Location preston uk Re Pleasantly surprised by some cheap Chinese LEDs Quote Post by snagglepuss Wed Oct 28 2015 1 00 pm looks good growth what light did you get do you have a link Top horsebones Chilli Head Posts 119 Joined Wed Oct 06 2010 5 35 pm Location Finland Re Pleasantly surprised by some cheap Chinese LEDs Quote Post by horsebones Wed Oct 28 2015 9 15 pm Urrgh so I had 3 flowers drop today How about that timing D but still early days Here is the link http www aliexpress com item 1X Whole 77694 html They ve gone down a bit actually since last time I ordered Note They say it s a 54W unit but I have trouble believing that They have a default spectrum setup but you can also specify a custom one at no extra cost I asked for 10 x 660nm 3 x 630nm 2

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  • Solar Quadgrow Convertion Kit (Greenhouse Sensations) - Chillis Galore Forums
    helps out massively I would be interested to see your DIY job as i believe it reasonably easy to do I have no power to my greenhouse yet so it works well for me later in the year when they make the move over Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re Solar Quadgrow Convertion Kit Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Twisted1 Wed Dec 24 2014 2 23 pm Sorry to jump on your tread heefy I was looking at these to The I spotted this for all my 4 quad grows and the 10 extra single systems http shop irrigatia com index php route product combo combo id 2 At that price I m very interested and it has more options to add another 24 droppers to it Twisted Top Heefy Chilli Guru Posts 3433 Joined Tue Jul 09 2013 5 37 pm Location Cambridgeshire Lincolnshire border England Contact Contact Heefy Website Solar Quadgrow Convertion Kit Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Heefy Wed Dec 24 2014 2 50 pm Funny I had looked at that earlier in the year They do look good The issue I have is I need this to work indoors and out from January February to November Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Solar Quadgrow Convertion Kit Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by dennish Wed Dec 24 2014 8 34 pm Looking very tasty Heefy I am considering at least one of these next season myself as a comparison As you point out the conversion kit is really good value at 35 Question what sized pots were the plants in before you transplanted them Did you remove any of the soil Top Slyboy Chilli Guru Posts 1183 Joined Sun Jan 15 2012 9 09 am Location Brisbane Australia Solar Quadgrow Convertion Kit Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Slyboy Thu Dec 25 2014 2 23 am This looks a cracking system and a very simple way to do hydro using the tried and tested quad grow slims Unfortunately I don t seem to be able to get GS stuff out here in Oz which is a shame as I have the quad grow slims in the UK and they were awesome I will watch with interest to see how the plants get on I wonder if you need to monitor maintain the PH and EC levels in this like a normal hydro or if it s more fire and forget like the normal soil version Top Heefy Chilli Guru Posts 3433 Joined Tue Jul 09 2013 5 37 pm Location Cambridgeshire Lincolnshire border England Contact Contact Heefy Website Solar Quadgrow Convertion Kit Greenhouse Sensations Quote Post by Heefy Thu Dec 25 2014 9 18 am dennish wrote Looking very tasty Heefy I am considering at least one of these next season myself as a comparison As you point out the conversion kit

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  • Extending your growing season - Chillis Galore Forums
    to extend 2015 for me has been too neglected to have any fruit even set to ripen but I d love to see how everyone gets on For anyone new to growing in my last proper season I still had viable plants in my small polytunnel until early December so this season may still have a lot to give you Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Extending your growing season Quote Post by ChilliJez Fri Sep 04 2015 11 12 pm John Trident was it you who suggested picking the whole plant and hanging it upside down from the top of the tunnel to ripen I had a few Lemon Drop plants and Madre Vieja that ripened well without withering given that treatment The pods were fuller and fresher than they would have been picked and left to ripen in the kitchen Top scotchnaga85 Hot Head Posts 559 Joined Sat Apr 30 2011 8 51 pm Location Solent region England Re Extending your growing season Quote Post by scotchnaga85 Sat Sep 05 2015 12 16 am Mid January this year one of my Moruga plants that i had kept over winter Other Moruga My Submarine plant Yellow 7 pot All the plants had been kept in our conservatory over winter The only heat source for the conservatory other then what escapes from the house via windows open doors is the sun I do this every winter and generally most survive the ones i start trimming tend to die During the short winter days of December January the temps in the conservatory can range from 6C 17C The nights can be considerably cool Top scotchnaga85 Hot Head Posts 559 Joined Sat Apr 30 2011 8 51 pm Location Solent region England Re Extending your growing season Quote Post by scotchnaga85 Sat Sep 05 2015 12 22 am I left a couple of plants outside in a plastic cold frame a few seasons back over the winter much to my surprise in early February despite the wind rain frost etc etc These plants where still alive the stems sill green They where however riddled in mold s rots so i destroyed them Top scotchnaga85 Hot Head Posts 559 Joined Sat Apr 30 2011 8 51 pm Location Solent region England Re Extending your growing season Quote Post by scotchnaga85 Sat Sep 05 2015 12 29 am ChilliJez wrote JezzerBell wrote Great idea Jez thanks for sharing mate If I want to ripen up my late setting Aji Amarillo pods then I think I will need to go down this route from mid late October I d like this to be a place to discuss anything about extending your season Scotchnaga I saw you posted something about ripening being about heat not light elsewhere here Could you post more on that Thanks This is from personal experience of growing them over the years but i have also read about

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  • Free germinating pods - Chillis Galore Forums
    the ultimate germinating pods There free Abundant and eco friendly There egg flats they buy eggs by the case Made of wood pulp the ones I acquired will hold thirty eggs seeds I remembered using standard egg cartons as a child I intend to use fish tanks and or plastic totes boxes to maintain moisture and humidity Throw a heat pad under it and watch them grow There s a

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  • Chilli grow options, no Gh - Chillis Galore Forums
    or expensive depending on how you buy it A 10 litre bag used at a rate of 1 litre in the 6 litre pots of your chilli grow will meet your needs It will cost about 6 8 which is an expensive way to buy it A must for mixing with compost though Alternatively if you have access to a horticultural supplier the recommended price for 100 litres is 10 24 inc VAT If you check growlogs of Trident and Dennish they re both using more expensive designer composts and both are having good results Maybe one of those would give you a speed boost given your late start to the season Dennis was talking about starting later next year because of the rapid growth he got earlier on this year Let us know how you get on Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Chilli grow options no Gh Quote Post by ChilliJez Tue Jun 30 2015 5 48 pm TimmyNizzle wrote Thanks Ben youve had me spend too much time already today looking at cold stores and mini greenhouses Im looking for the ideal size storage for x2 Chilligrows one on a shelf above the other Has anyone got anything similar in thier garden Would need a strong frame and shelf but could be quite narrow up against my south facing wall Something like this but better quality I think http www ebay co uk itm GARDEN 3 TIER 4637a668cb Another question I see in the grow logs some people posting screenshots of a spreadsheet with all the Chillies they are growing on there with species and other details Is this something I can download I ve had a couple of the things you ve linked to and they are better than nothing In your chilli grows you won t have sufficient height to have one above the other Because of the small capacity they get hot quickly and the plants can get stressed that much faster They re the type that I was saying are inferior to the walk in ones Ben linked to IMHO If you are home building something like this Aldi were selling off the covers for 2 99 each previously 4 99 Top mrprogress Hot Head Posts 439 Joined Sun Jan 22 2012 10 12 pm Location London Re Chilli grow options no Gh Quote Post by mrprogress Tue Jun 30 2015 6 18 pm TimmyNizzle wrote Another question I see in the grow logs some people posting screenshots of a spreadsheet with all the Chillies they are growing on there with species and other details Is this something I can download Hi and welcome I do this but just use screen grabs of an excel document when I want to post it here Top Twisted1 Chilli Head Posts 373 Joined Thu Sep 11 2014 10 27 pm Location Letchworth Garden City Re Chilli grow options no Gh Quote Post

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  • Quadgrows - is it a no brainer? - Chillis Galore Forums
    them away when I emigrated here to Brissy but want to buy more I need to check out postage here but think it may be prohibitive If my old grow logs are still on here check them out David P s I have no affiliation with GS I just love their products Top RossDargan Chilli Head Posts 107 Joined Wed Jul 23 2014 9 53 am Re Quadgrows is it a no brainer Quote Post by RossDargan Thu Apr 23 2015 3 42 pm Thanks everyone for your help One on its way to me as we speak Just need to figure out if four days is enough time to get my plants used to it and self sufficient before I m away for 4 days and if its warm enough for them to be outside now until the end of the summer Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Quadgrows is it a no brainer Quote Post by ChilliJez Fri Apr 24 2015 12 26 am RossDargan wrote Thanks everyone for your help One on its way to me as we speak Just need to figure out if four days is enough time to get my plants used to it and self sufficient before I m away for 4 days and if its warm enough for them to be outside now until the end of the summer Have you been hardening your plants off If so my guess is that they d be fine That said if you re away and the house is empty I d be inclined to leave the quadgrow in the kitchen while you re away It won t make a mess standing on the floor and you can whisk the pots outside and move the base in no time when you get back If the plants are moving to the greenhouse but especially more so if they re to be outside horticultural fleece can be a great aid in moderating temps and protecting from draughts Cheapest I m aware of is home bargains that have a pack that s enough to cover 2 quadgrows for 99p http storelocator homebargains co uk newcastle And check the weather just before you make your decision I follow the bbc monthly outlook updated Mondays http www bbc co uk weather 2635167 outlook Top Bigwelshprop Chilli Head Posts 127 Joined Mon Apr 20 2015 4 16 pm Location Port Talbot Re Quadgrows is it a no brainer Quote Post by Bigwelshprop Mon Apr 27 2015 9 31 pm Quadgrow or Chilligrow 2 Quadgrows with Holiday Waterers 77 grows 8 plants 2 Chilligrows with Holiday Waterers 68 grows 6 plants On the face of it Quadgrow is better value However does the Chilligrow system offer a significantly better yield due to being tailored for chillies Top dennish Chilli Guru Posts 1776 Joined Wed Apr 06 2011 10 41 am Location East Riding of Yorkshire Re Quadgrows is

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  • Greenhouse Humidifier - Chillis Galore Forums
    RH and find no difference in growth or fruit in the range of 20 RH to 70 RH Top Palendrone Chilli Head Posts 233 Joined Thu Apr 04 2013 9 30 pm Location Leamington Spa Re Greenhouse Humidifier Quote Post by Palendrone Mon Jun 22 2015 1 58 pm Hi Willard Thanks for your reply do you not notice more flower drop at certain levels and so forth surely if the exports are stating what rH should be there s some reason for it It d be nice if they gave justification for these and what the correct levels would help achieve I was merely trying to compare not adjusting it and then having a full season next year at the correct supposedly rH levels to see what the difference is and the benefits Top Chilli Keith Chilli Guru Posts 1269 Joined Sat Jan 03 2015 11 06 pm Location West Sussex Contact Contact Chilli Keith Facebook Re Greenhouse Humidifier Quote Post by Chilli Keith Fri Jun 26 2015 11 56 pm High humidity retards spider mite growth and reproduction considerably Top ChilliJez Chilli Guru Posts 2496 Joined Sun Jan 16 2011 5 06 pm Location South Cheshire or Peckham Re Greenhouse Humidifier Quote Post by ChilliJez Sat Jun 27 2015 7 19 am Open trays of water will boost humidity more the shallower the depth of water and more if they re black Top scotchnaga85 Hot Head Posts 559 Joined Sat Apr 30 2011 8 51 pm Location Solent region England Re Greenhouse Humidifier Quote Post by scotchnaga85 Sun Jun 28 2015 12 27 am For me its simple open grow house doors and humidity drops close doors and it rises Top scotchnaga85 Hot Head Posts 559 Joined Sat Apr 30 2011 8 51 pm Location Solent region England

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