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how kelvin rate matters to grow weed led lights

by poorguy about June 16 - report

how kelvin rate matters to grow weed led lights

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  • 4.051

    justme 4.051 points - June 17

    I will let you know right off the bat that I have no idea about leds but I can explain how I use my MH/HPS HID grow light and maybe that will shed a little “light” (LOL) on the subject. I use a 600 watt 6500K spectrum MH bulb in veg because of the blue spectrum that replicates the sun in spring and summer. I use the MH in veg to keep the plants low, promote vegetive growth, and to stack nodes tighter for flowering period preparation . If it is a really stretchy strain in preflower, I will run the MH about half way through the preflower stretch as well so my plants don’t get too tall for my grow space. The 1000 watt HPS bulb is a 2700K but also has 27% blue spectrum. That is because of the brand of bulb. I like it because it provides a fuller spectrum than just a 2700K bulb. The 2700K color spectrum promotes flowering as well as rooting also. It replicates the sun in winter/early spring, late summer, and fall. That’s the best I can do for you. Good luck and happy growing my friend!
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    • Texasbob
      Texasbob
      4.340 points -
      June 17

      Great answer, from my understanding it's exactly the same with LEDs. Mine has a blue dominant for veg and red dominant switch for flowering. You can veg with both on though.

    • poorguy
      poorguy
      96 points -
      June 19

      Thank u

  • 13.031

    stick 13.031 points - June 17

    I'm not sure if this is a question or just a statement. There is a little more to it than just kelvin.

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    • justme
      justme
      4.051 points -
      June 17

      Where is the rest then? Not much of a statement.

    • stick
      stick
      13.031 points -
      June 19

      The rest of what justme?

    • stick
      stick
      13.031 points -
      June 19

      Who is this kelvin guy would be a better question.. .https://www.maximumyield.com/who-is-this-kelvin-guy/2/2646

  • 11.714

    SanBoisLee 11.714 points - June 17

    I'm not sure this will help but my understanding is the plant needs certain spectrums (colors) and most led makers list how much of each color they use. These come from different diodes, whereas, a HID light produces all spectrums from one location. Cob leds pretty much does the same thing because they cluster all the diodes together so the light appears to all come from the same place.

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    • justme
      justme
      4.051 points -
      June 17

      Awesome!

  • 1.366

    RbtAsq 1.366 points - June 17

     I was always told the "k" rating determines the "warmth", or how much red, or the "coolness", or how much red, a bulb produces. The higher the number, the "cooler" the light spectrum.

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  • 3.956

    king 3.956 points - June 17

    go 2 growweedeasy.com read and learn. there is more 2 it than that. start at the beginning how 2 grow weed..... that way u r in more control and your rate of succes will b much greater and can keep your plants happy. lookiing forward 2 how u do. good luck b safe 

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  • 19.178

    harley24 19.178 points - June 18

    Second question or whatever you want to call it in a row that makes no sense. People need to ask a question or make a statement but provide more information please. I am calm, very calm right now.  Peace

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  • 96

    poorguy 96 points - June 19

    See people I love u all thanks for help.I m going to try regular 100w led and try ummah
    • Score: 0
  • 96

    poorguy 96 points - June 21

    Good news fellows I found the lights led 6500 k and 3000 k both .love u all thanks
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