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http://apps.pixorial.com/s/7c9f7 This is an update to the T5 versus LED Grow Lights trials. These plants have been under the lights for 10 days. Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLED vs HID Indoor Grow Trial by The Lettuce PeopleLED vs T5 in Vertical NFT Hydroponic System by The Lettuce PeopleNFT Hydroponic System by The Lettuce PeopleIndoor Hydroponic Spinach Update – S2 Episode SomethingIndoor Hydroponic Lettuce Farm, The Lettuce PeopleHydroponic Update ~ Dutch Bucket Tomatoes and Kratky Lettuce

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20 Comments

  • Adrien Spithill 1 year ago

    its cuz u need more blue light

  • Constantine Giotopoulos 1 year ago

    Is the light intensity between the two fixture comparable?

  • doglaikadog 1 year ago

    can you please tell me how exactly are the LED light strips called? and how much did they cost? thank you, kind regards.

  • Usc529 (Jay) 1 year ago

    Can you do a video on how your stand is built looks like you have two sections on top and a long section on the bottom thanks abunch 

  • Kelvin E 1 year ago

    Thanks for helping me decide I think I will go with LED thanks Katie!

  • Usc529 (Jay) 1 year ago

    Love the color them led's put off. Try checking your lumen output with the led lights could be lower than the t5's. From my experience plants need a lot of lumens to grow good. 

  • Ed Farrell 1 year ago

    Katie, how big of an area did you cover with the 6 bulb t5 fixture, and how many plants were you able to grow in that space? your vids are great! thank you

  • Charles Gray 1 year ago

    Get those LED's closer, You can have them inches away, you'll see a huge improvement. 🙂

  • katie phibbs 1 year ago

    A combination of both 🙂

  • ahmad chaker 1 year ago

    what make the crops growes faster is it LED or
    Hydroponic System

  • Cohobapr 1 year ago

    Can you tell me how much those led cost?

  • Cohobapr 1 year ago

    Nice and net set up!!! Great video I will get LED just for the fact there are mercury free and more energy efficient

  • JimmY McLovin 1 year ago

    LED have to be a lot closer to the plants honey 1 to 2 inch. And the T5 can go down to 1 to 2 inch from top of plants try that and see them bloom

  • Akiba Thesidekik 1 year ago

    The ratio is supposed to be a 2R:1B that should sort it out. sorry for the late reply

  • InrDmons2011 1 year ago

    What about those on SmartMeters,where the price per usage changes depending on time of day? Will that device work?

  • katie phibbs 1 year ago

    I have so much to learn too. So the people that sent the lights to me made a lighting plan. Then I read in the lighting brochure that each LED light can replace two fluorescents. Since the Hort Americas light guy is trained in lighting I just went with his recommendation and made an educated guess for the t5's. I think I want to try less t5's though. I had some tip burn on a few heads. I believe I forgot to mention that in the update. I want to try alternating t5's and LED's at some point.

  • katie phibbs 1 year ago

    I posted an update. Sorry it was a bit late. I was avoiding a catastrophe. lol. Thanks for watching!

  • Kewfit 1 year ago

    Nice waiting for the next update!

  • FlintMich 1 year ago

    This side by side comparison is very interesting. Thank you for sharing your results. I am really looking forward to the end results. This may be a silly question, but how did you determine the number of lights for this comparison. For example, you have 6 of the T5 bulbs but only 3 strings of LEDs. Did you go by lumens? I have so much to learn. Thanks again.

  • katie phibbs 1 year ago

    Thanks for the great info. I am working on lowering them this week and installing more fans.