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Hello everyone, 


Firstly, there is a wealth of information here, thank you so much sharing! :)


TBH I haven't smoked for a while (20 years) , just getting back on the wagon for medicinal purposes.

I'm going to build a wardrobe setup on the cheap, and I have a few lights in the garage that I used to use for propagating tomatoes.


I have this one;




And one of those blue/red LEDs;



Which one would you guys use ?

Appreciate the feedback.


Cheers  :pimp:



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Buy a tent. Probs cheaper than building.

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I can pick up an old wardrobe for $50 from gumtree.

And I’m pretty handy with the tools

I’ll give it a coat of flat white inside which I have already.


What would be the advantages of buying a tent ?

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Yep one of those would do. I have a Mars tent myself and it's ok. A few light leaks, nothing too serious. I'd go the secret Jardin tent over the grow cell. Read grow cell have a lot of light leaks.


Hope this helps.



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You might find you might like a few different parts for your setup after your first grow.

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