Thanks to all for the education on pot lighting! :)
I will be handing the grower the packet sometime this week...
Hopefully the grower will proceed in the spirit of the handout, which is
friendly, firm, but not demanding. If you are interested, the full
color handout in all it's beauty is located at:
at the bottom in the links section. The ARRL has a fillable form of the
same text at:
but it is not as pretty as mine! :)
I am developing a handout that can be given to all the pot shops in the
area, in hopes they will pass to their growers explaining what RFI is
and why they want it gone... I suspect once the growers realize it
takes about 10 minutes to locate them, they will want to get on the band
wagon for quietness...
I need to get it developed, then have a lawyer review it for liability
issues, then redo it until the lawyer is happy... Once that is done, I
will post it on line.
73s and thanks,
On 02/21/2018 04:10 PM, Bob Riese wrote:
shorter light time promotes budding
On Wed, Feb 21, 2018 at 11:40 AM, Tom Thompson <firstname.lastname@example.org
From what have observed, the lights are on continually for about
two weeks and then a 12 hours on / 12 hours off until harvest which
can take a number of months. Depending on the setup, the lights are
off for a week or so while a new crop is planted, and then the cycle
repeats. To get the latest, just google cannabis grow cycle. See:
73, Tom W0IVJ
On 2/21/2018 7:11 AM, Dave Cole (NK7Z) wrote:
Can someone refresh my memory here... I believe there is a
cycle of light timing pot growers use on something like a 12 or
13 weeks period where they go from 18 hours of light to 12 hours
of light... Does someone know what this cycle is, and why?
I ask because my RFI has taken a turn for the worse, 12 weeks
after it started...
Yesterday, it changed from a 12:45 AM start time and a 6:45 PM
end time, to a 6:45 PM to 12:45 PM the next day end time. This
followed a few days of no RFI. I suspect harvest time is upon
the grower causing RFI, and I want to avoid handing him his
"Welcome" packet during harvest as there will probably be lots
of people there...
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