Growing with blacklights

Discussion in 'Indoor Growing' started by Zambi, Jul 12, 2004.

  1. Zambi

    Zambi Registered

    yeah im thinking about starting to grow a few plants. 1 question i have is i heard that blacklights as a light source are actually better for the plants, and produces better buds. is that true?
     
  2. Sensi Super Skunk

    Sensi Super Skunk Registered+

    I think that's a hippy myth.
     
  3. sawleaf

    sawleaf Registered+

    That is a bogus myth. If you use black lights, you will starve your plants of the true light spectrums they need and they will die.
     
  4. lethal purple poison

    lethal purple poison Registered+

    there is nothing that can replicate the sun, anything that contains the same spectrums or very close to the same is what you want.... but i dont grow indoors so i really dont know much about lighting and such..... so really i have no bussiness answering this thread.
     
  5. sawleaf

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    Sounds like you know exactly what you are talking about to me. Indoor growing is just trying to replicate the perfect outdoor climate. :)
     
  6. tokinsmoke

    tokinsmoke Registered+

    NOOOOOOOOOOOO dont use black lights...
    they wont do shit that a growing light
    wont do...

    peace :cool:
     
  7. tumbleweed

    tumbleweed Registered

    use the blacklights for when your stoned! lol
     
  8. NowhereMan

    NowhereMan Registered+

    good advice




    blacklights will in fact be BAd FOR YA WEED
    WILL ONLY GROW A STEM,WITH A LIL Leaf of two,

    they are only good for posters,.u no,,,,,blacklight posters,,,
     
  9. KillaBuzz

    KillaBuzz Registered+

    wish i had a cam ta show u guyz my room...shez pimpin i'll tell yah that
    great fer juss trippin
     
  10. coolpow

    coolpow Registered

    Blacklight

    I would to ask something about the black light
    I got this large bank of black lights and it gives of a lot of light
    And I would like to know if it would be good to grow but before you all
    say no, please see the type of black light I'm asking about.
    ( SYLVANIA 365 Backlight F20T12 )
    Leptraps.com - UV & MV Bulbs

    It is not the hobby type of black light; it is very bright to the eyes

    Thanks!

    Hope it was OK to add my question to this to this post
     

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