Is it possible to grow 5 weeds under a 480W grow light?

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asked Mar 3, 2018 in General by Franklee (940 points)
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I think it is possible but it depends on the situation and several factors anyway.  In general, the topic with weeds is current and I get annoyed to see in many forums people who are absolutely against it.  
Why people don't understand that it also has positive effects if used properly.
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I hate people who don't think in general about a certain topic but comment from their only perspective.

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Why not? You can do one plant or a hundred plants it just dependa of the size of the containers you put them in, biger pots biger plants
answered Mar 3, 2018 by Candyman (330 points)
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It is possible, but I would recommend to use some ViparSpectra Reflector LED lights for it. There are full descriptions and top picks https://smokeandbuzz.com/viparspectra-reflector-led-series-review/. They are cheaper than other LEDs and consume less power.

answered Mar 3, 2018 by Samanta (1,160 points)
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It also depends on the variety and type of hemp you want to grow. If you will buy seeds in a good online store, such as https://en.konoplisemena.com, you can get a recommendation regarding cultivation. Near each seed there are specified conditions that are necessary for a specific type of hemp for its growth.

answered Feb 20, 2019 by jiner (720 points)
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I think it is possible, but it is better to check specialized sites. Personally I have recently found a good article hemp oil vs cbd oil and this source turned out to have much information about cannabis products, so I recommend to check it. Hope it helps!

answered Feb 24, 2019 by Alexandra (860 points)
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I am sure you will find appropriate advice at marijuanagrowingforums or grasscityforums. I vape weed from time to time, and even ordered special dry herb vaporizer from US online vape store (this one https://gypsyvapes.com/airis-herbva-nokiva-vaporizer ), but never even thought about growing cannabis indoors. 

answered May 17, 2019 by mialee (500 points)
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Maybe better for you will be to use CBD? I think it is much more better than weed. As for me, smoking is disgusting! Like example you can check CBD products from intrinsic hemp, there are many interesting variants:)

answered Nov 21, 2019 by Mefyme (1,160 points)
edited Nov 21, 2019 by Mefyme
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Unfortunately, I can't give you a direct answer on your question as I don't grow weed. But I smoke it from time to time. It helps me to reduce stress and anxiety. Aslo it is a great pain reliever. I can suggest checking WeedNews.co. Maybe this source will be helpful and you will find answers there.

answered Mar 20 by Erika2233 (740 points)
edited Mar 28 by Erika2233
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My friend, I am not a big specialist in this field but to be honest I don't think it is possible. Anyway you could search for some information on Youtube or browser to make sure you do not waste your time. I think that the majority of participants on this forum like marijuana and thought at least one time to try it. Well if you've decided to try weed or other marijuana products then appeal to these guys: THC Gummies. I have a great experience buying from them so I strongly recommend you appeal to them.

answered Sep 17 by IamSlater (460 points)
edited 3 days ago by IamSlater
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