For anyone who has been following my posts and website updates, you'll see that I've shifted my approach towards boutique DIY growers and away from big business, because I don't like how other consulting companies are charging huge amounts of money for substandard service and treating cultivation site design and implementation like some secret sauce, when lots of the best practices and equipment choices can be done on your own for a lot less money.
So I'm setting out to share information that will make high dollar consulting companies less valuable, by showing cultivators how to bypass smooth talkers in suits and simplify the process of setting up a successful grow. Today I'm going to tell you which lights are the ones that work great and cost almost nothing for cloning.
Cheap LED shop lights from Amazon have been around for a couple years, and the spectrum is generally ok for clones, but up until recently, they were all too bright for the typical (and ideal) distance that lights should be mounted on clone racks.
Now we have an option that's LED, super cheap, low wattage, lightweight, easy to mount and perfectly effective at a distance of 6-8" above the clone canopy. Click on the image to go to Amazon to see them.
Jennifer Martin is a pioneer in American cannabis cloning. Having supplied Bay Area marijuana dispensaries since the passage of Prop 215 in 1996, she helped bring over 2 million marijuana plants into the world. She also won the 1998 San Francisco Bay Area Cannabis Cup with the strain Bubbleberry, by a 32-point spread on a scale of 200. Jennifer lived in Amsterdam in the mid 90's and learned all about the industry and world-class cannabis products.