Hello and welcome to The Best LED Lights for Cannabis
edition from the Juiced Cannabis Channel!
And third, I also include a clip on the one-marijuana-plant under an LED Grow Light experiment, where we are growing out one plant of Afghani Strain of Cannabis.
Day 9, One Marijuana Plant LED Grow using The best LED Lights for growing indoors.
You can see in the Veg chamber that I have a few of these tall plants ready to flower out. When I cut down those two Afghani next week, then these plants will be ready to go into the flowering chamber.
A few days ago, I transplanted these from smaller pots into bigger pots so they would have time to let the roots to take over the size of the container before I put them into flowering. My preference is to give the plant at least two wet-dry cycles after transplanting, before flowering – but this batch may go in a bit faster than that.
Aside from those plants that are already planned to be flowered out, I still have four or five different new strains of Cannabis from my Strain Hunt Road Trip – that I have not flowered out yet!! I am really looking forward to getting the G7 flowered out because, for over 15 years, this strain was very famous in my hometown — and now I have the seeds! Watch for future episodes of growing G7!
In the top shelf of the vegetative room I have a bunch more small plants, and last week I actually killed a dozen of them because I simply have too many plants! When the cannabis plants grow out this big – you simply don’t need as many plants.
Now let’s go check out the flowering room. This tour is a little weird because the Afghani‘s have been taken out of here and are draining in the bathtub right now…
As we tour the grow room in the video, you can see the new BC Strain of God plants. then there’s an Afghani that has about two and half weeks on it, then we have a dieseltonic that is at six or seven weeks and still has some more time before it’s ready.
In the next corner we also have some of the BC God strain with rock-hard bud – and it’s ready to harvest now.
When we go around the corner and the growroom, we get to another young Afghani plant – and here we can see some of the leaves are very discolored – and of course I take those leaves off. But I’m going in here every day and taking some of these discolored leaves off – and wonder if someone can explain what is causing this and perhaps suggest a fix for me?
When we look at the lower part of the Afghani cannabis plant, I comment on the need to trim off the lower branches so that the top buds will end up being bigger.
As we continue the tour, we can see another dieseltonic – which is a very big plant and sags over because it gets so heavy. We can see another massive dieseltonic in the corner of the room and it’s really hanging even though it’s only at two weeks of flowering and not even heavy yet!
When we look across the room we see another Afghani cannabis plant and another dieseltonic cannabis plant that is very heavy and hanging sideways. I like to dieseltonic – it is a very good strain, and supposed to be the highest CBD strain of cannabis that I have. Of course I still have to get that tested.
In the video, I take off some more of the dis-colored leaves, and take them to the vegetative room where the light is whiter – and we can take a better look at this leaf problem…
But before I get there, let us take a look at this little experiment back here…
The LED grow light experiment is doing very well.
It’s hard to see in the video, but the plant already has a lot of bud growing.
The amount of growth is interesting because I also have a couple other plants at the same number of days in flowering.
Those plants are outside on the balcony – getting natural sunlight and natural photo-period, instead of the 12-hour dosage of high-intensity LED light in the closet.
A very simple setup with a 150 watt LED Grow Light for Cannabis – all by itself – over one marijuana plant in a 5 gallon pot, growing in the best soil mix – with a simple plastic reflectors in the closet.
I think I have the best LED grow lights for Cannabis. Aside from the rugged metal construction, groundbreaking lens technology and aluminum heat-sink fins, it also has a fan built into it – but I really should also have a air circulating fan in the closet as well – but I don’t have one at this time.
Day Nine of the LED grow light experiment with one cannabis plant – just one single marijuana plant in the closet. In just 7 more weeks, we’ll see how much production we get!
Now let’s go into the vegetative room and look at these diseased or discolored leaves, and then, we will go out onto the balcony and will see the comparison of the plants that I’m growing outdoors at the same time as I’m growing this indoor LED experiment.
If you have ever wondered if the new LED Grow Lights are better than natural sunlight, this should help answer your question.
Even though I have one of the best high quality LED Grow Lights on the market – I remained a skeptic about LED Grow Lights… until I started this experiment.
When we look on the balcony, I have the original God from my medical cannabis patient friend – it’s at nine days of flowering…
and I also have the Afghani at 9 days – the identical strain that is under the LED Grow Light in the closet
- and you can easily see the balcony plant is absolutely nowhere near as developed as the cannabis plant under the LED grow light!
Day 9, One-Marijuana-Plant LED Grow Experiment shows The Best LED Lights will help your Cannabis grow faster than natural sunlight.
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