Timber Grow lights... Tell Dan Bob Brown sent you ask for discount...hahaha..
3500k yes and are the latest greatest, they are very efficient.
I got the 3 Vero29s already assembled - it was $50 more to get assembled version. This is a 400watt lamp not 300 sorry!
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Like I said yeah they are very nice... lower down buddage fans have rails ... rails to the soil line from 6' off ground.. 15" from tops of plants. Dan at Timber has this dialed in with science bro no BS.
On the organic deal, re;
"Running organic is a little different because nutrient spikes and top dressing can only go so far."
I don't use spikes and top dress only at flip which is when I transplant... gets more soil due to lager pot. I actually re-cycle my soil. I run organic soil home made "Coots" style (recipe).
Been running it for years. I don't spend any money on "nutrients" .... build my own vermi-compost.. get base nutrients in bulk for pennies/lb. The most expensive thing is Pearl-lite @ $35 for a 3 cu. ft. bag (fits in a trash can). I just mixed up 6ish cubic feet of soil.... with all organic amendments that last the whole run + , probably cost me $15....
I will get usually 4 zips dry per plant if it's a heavy yielder like the Kimbo I got 8 zips per plant dried but they were monsters like 2x the size of The Future I pictured.
Here's my Kimbo from last fall... these were big yielders and fire!
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Hell yea man, just got my first order from Timber. Using the 200 watt citizen to replace one of my veg lights:D
I've been recycling my soil as well using all organic amendments, I only do a spike if plants are looking hungry or fading too early. I'm looking to use less volume of soil, and go with mostly coco base. What do you use for your base?
Those Kimbo's look monster.. Were they the F1's?