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http://GrowLightReview.com – This is Week 6 in the system and it is clear that more light is needed. Slow growth is apparent where there is less light and where there is direct light, the growth is larger and looks healthier. The light that I am currently using is (2) four foot fluorescent lights. I may either add two more fluorescent lights, or I can add HID light. I have a 600 watt digital light that can switch between high pressure sodium and metal halide bulbs. That should solve the problem. I prefer the fluorescent lights for keeping the energy and cost to a minimum. Thanks for watching! Search and Compare Commercial Hydroponic Systems at http://HydroponicSystemShop.com Search and Compare Indoor Grow Lights at http://GrowLightReview.com Video Rating: / 5 Related PostsLED vs T5 in Vertical NFT Hydroponic System by The Lettuce PeopleMeet Your Neighbor…True Farms Hydroponic LettuceMetro Crops – Turning Old Factories into High Tech Lettuce Farms – Storrs ConnecticutTom’s Thumb Lettuce Indoor Kratky Hydroponic Gardening With LED Grow Lights (1/3)DIY Indoor Vertical Hydroponics System – The HydroVert 80 Spot System BuildNFT Hydroponic System by The Lettuce People

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11 Comments

  • Teri Ruiz 1 year ago

    What is that brown spongy looking thing you're using to grow them in, inside the nutcups? I'd seen that when you first sowed the seeds, what is that? I've seen rock wool and I've seen perlite and lava rock but am not familiar with what you've used, am very interested in doing this!?

  • justgivemethetruth 1 year ago

    I'm very interested in how the parsley grows … i have a heck of a time growing parsley in the ground and would like to make it

  • mike j 1 year ago

    looking at the setup it appears you are using a directional "t" joining the main dump line. does this leave a residual pond in the grow lines and if so does it alter your nutrient ph?

  • luvbotany 1 year ago

    not a little more light but a crapperload more light. even the stuff that is growing is stretching for light. Lets assume you have 25sqft of grow area. You need a minimum of 20w/sqft of florescent lights if you have t5's, way more if you have lesser inefficient lights. 20w x 25sqft = 500w of decent light is the minimum to grow that much space. A 600w metal halide with a light mover would do it so you could grow basil and higher light stuff than just lettuce.?

  • thorhale 1 year ago

    bro, rotation…?

  • Tai Nguyen 1 year ago

    you position the light wrong, it's suppose to be horizontal…

  • akinnon2000 1 year ago

    Lets see how it ends up ? … I'm not an expert but its probably gonna make the plant grow.

    "…and son this is how babies are born ! "

  • survivalology 1 year ago

    I may do that because the growth was better directly under the lights. Great suggestion!

  • survivalology 1 year ago

    I have a 600 watt HPS / MH combo, but I wanted to try the grow with fluorescent to save on energy and since I was only growing lettuce and herbs, that light was sufficient. Thanks for commenting!

  • survivalology 1 year ago

    Yes, the pump runs constant. I will probably try cycling the pump for increased energy efficiency in the future. Thanks for commenting!

  • Narrowroadpenn 1 year ago

    Do you run your pump all the time? Im in the process of building mine and I bought a timer.. My setup is completely different from yours though.