+1I would say you have 2 setbacks to a good yield.
First, light. What you have there will BARELY keep your plant alive, let alone grow anything substantial. I suggest much more light.
Second, a good nutrient schedual can make or break your yield. I suggest you research a bit, nutrients can be tricky and are used different for each medium.
For reference here is my current grow when it was in week 4 of flower.
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I started with a tek 2 T-5ho, 110 watts, I have used LED, and now I use HPS . That lamp would be great to keep some mother plants, if you want a bigger grow(2 or 3 ounces), you may have to get a better light, something in the 150 to 200 watt range. I'm not going to suggest lights, find what you're comfortable with both in price and function.I have a ak47 photo that was planted on may 12 and it is now 4 weeks into flower this is my first plant not seeing alot of crystal but can smell a strong scent ..is it normal to be 4 weeks into flower and still be getting new flowers..is this plant looking slow? View attachment 886597 View attachment 886598 View attachment 886599 View attachment 886600
Well, first let's figure out what you expect from your plant. Another one of those lights is better than nothing. But honestly would still be very under powered.Maybe just add another one of theese leds?
I. Would like to yeild maybe a couple ounzes at min for the chepest possible priceWell, first let's figure out what you expect from your plant. Another one of those lights is better than nothing. But honestly would still be very under powered.
If you want a half decent yield, you will want at least 300w of equivalent light.
Or more if you want more. It doesn't have to cost you an arm and a leg. From $50 to $100, you can get an led that will give you lots of yield. The led I use is $120 Canadian. But many burple lights can be had around the $50 range that will be well worth buying.
So let's try this.
How much do you want to spend?
How much do you want to grow?
200 is way too much man. Mine was only $120. And looks to be out performing yours.And how much u wanna spend on electricity as well and that light looks pretty weak if you can spend 200 on a led then ur talking but adding another one of those leds I dont see a couple ounces the led I have is I think 159 online viparspectra 600w and alot other options you can grow some bushy plants with a decent led
120$ Canadian, x5 cob led fixture.I am using a 400 watt HPS, 120 dollars American.
Judge for yourself.
Not sure about that. My father has the same light and has bag seed plants under it. They all are doing just as good.Yeah and u probably have some good gens as well and I have did alot of defoliateing as well and probably more grows aswell
For just under 200$ you can grab a 4 pack of quantum 132 boards and 4 small meanwell lrs 75-36 drivers, that’s 300w from the wall of excellent led grow lights. The best bang for your buck. Here’s a super cheap example where I modified an old piece of shelving to mount 3 boards (2 132 and 120 quantum boards). I have a number of fixtures with a range of different boards, easily swapped. This is for a 2x4 tent
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A plant under the right light can more than double its size in a week.This plant has been under this light for a month and has more then doubled in size.