For the grower at home, you’re watching this video, how does the 600 watt LED that we’re gonna test, compare to a 1000 watt? Well, the Manufacturer would like to say that information, but we’ll just say it: let’s compare it to something that’s more accurate. Comparing an apple to an orange is not an easy situation, cause they’re quite dynamically different.
How to mix a reservoir. There’s going to be two parts to this video. So, Part one: A Synthetic regimen. Part two: An organic regimen.
So, what is dry fog? In order to understand what dry fog is, you have to understand what a micron is. Now, a micron is extremely small. If you took a millimeter, and you cut it into a thousand parts, one of those parts would be one micron...
Welcome back to the TESTLAB. I’m Doctor Watt, here to shepherd you through the lunacy of illumination. I’m here today with a new segment which we call “WYNTKA”, which breaks down as: what you need to know about. With today’s knowledge nugget being how science handles measuring light.
So here we’re looking at what we would consider a non-sealed room, meaning it’s an open-air room. Non-sealed means that there’s not an air conditioner that’s running the cooling capacity of the room, but it’s actually doing it through a vented reflector or just through a carbon filter. So, there’s air constantly coming in the room from outside and constantly leaving the room, exhausting the grow room air. So here’s our first diagram, it’s a basic vented garden. Let’s talk about some of the basic components of the garden.
Let’s take our first dive into the odd world of light-emitting diode. Because to understand LEDs, you have to forget everything you know about traditional gas discharge technologies. Because LEDs work completely differently.