Ever used Adjust-A-Wings? They're powerful in the right hands!
You can use it to create an even canopy, maximise your yield and mimic seasonal conditions. You can also use it to keep your light footprint the same, regardless of your hanging height.
Here's how you get the best from yours.
3 x Wing Positions (narrow, medium, wide)
Optional Super Spreader (removable)
To get an even canopy and bigger overall yield.
Bright hot spots build up under your lamp.
Plants closest to your lamp grow towards the light and heat.
The taller central plants cast a shadow over the shorter plants nearby, restricting their access to light and heat.
This stunts their growth and limits your overall yield.
You won’t get any bright hot spots - light and heat is spread out evenly.
All plants grow at a similar rate, and you’ll get a much bigger final yield.
By spreading light and heat out, you can bring your light much closer to plants without burning or stretching.
To trigger the right growth at the right time, recreate seasonal light and heat fluctuations.
For uniform growth, create warm even light patterns with moderate intensity.
When: veg growth
Wing setting: narrow
Distance: 45 – 60cm
Trigger ﬂowering deep into the foliage with high intensity light and summer temperatures
Wing setting: wide
Distance: 25 – 35cm
Enhance and balance essential oils as plants mature with autumn settings.
Wing setting: medium
Distance: 40 - 50cm
Adjust-A-Wings reflectors are best used with 1m x 1.5m footprint. As you raise and lower your light, tweak you wing position to keep your footprint the same.
Since light and heat are spread out so evenly, you only need 200cm of height, even with the 750W systems.
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