Monday, February 11, 2019

Best grow light for cannabis and microgreens

You must start your tomatoes from seed soon.  As well, you must start your cannabis for the summer.

This is a way for me to make money if you order this light.  I replaced all my old lights because they had shifted and nothing was growing.  These lights are fantastic, but you need at least two or three per shelf.  They are strong at 18 inches, and work up to 24 inches with a 45 deg spread.  No fans, which is fantastic.

Four cannabis plants will set you up for the year.  I'm finding that a drop at night is the fountain of youth.  :)


Penny said...

we start our tomatoes- late march - from seed we save ourselves.

We had lots last year and today I made a big batch of bolognese sauce with beef and pancetta- sun dried tomatoes- fire roasted red peppers- that we did ourselves- yummy, yummy, yummy.

From the tomatoes I froze (same as the peppers)

want to get chickens- just a couple- I've got enough room at my house for them..
since I haven't we take a little drive and go buy ours from a couple who has lots to spare- the chickens are all over the place at their house- it's funny :)

Harold Asmis said...

You're lucky. I buy the most genetically modified disease resistant varieties I can find. All hybrid, so no seeds. I have every type of rot that you can imagine attacking everything. We make lots of sauce. Last year I had a greenhouse and put out the tomatoes May1, and will do the same this year.