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      Default 210 watt Compact HPS ScrOG cab

      YAY!!!! Breedbay's back....I have some catching up to do, I guess....So, I'll just get started...My cab is 3.75 sq ft, I'm growing bagseed until I get my space queen, and, of course, it's a ScrOG...Today is day 31 flowering, and I have every intention of waiting for amber trichs before chopping anything. The plants vegged for a full 8 weeks before going into flower. I'm sure you're all wondering what Compact HPS (or CHPS, as I like to call it ) consits of an HPSbulb with a medium base screwed directly into the ballast with no wires in between. The ballast then screws directly into a medium socket. This does raise temps quite abit, but it's cold here right now, so the ballasts are warming my cab to about 85 deg. The ballastscan be made remote with asocket plug. You simply screw the socket plug into the ballast & screw the bulb onto a socket with a plug on the end, and voila!!! Remote CHPS lights. Each of my CHPSis 70watts (that's the highest wattage available so far) I have 4 available, but one is being saved for a back-up just in case something happens to one of the others. Anyways, I think that shouldjust about cover it...if anyone has any questions, please feel free to ask...I won't bite. Without further ado...here's my grow...

      Scottso




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