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Grow Light Stand Empty Grow Light Stand

Post  Josh on Fri Mar 15, 2013 1:48 pm

Last year I made a grow light stand for a fraction of the cost of what they cost out of the garden catalogs.
I used 1 inch PVC pipe, 2- 1 inch PVC elbows, 2- 1inch PVC T shape
connectors, 4-1 inch PVC end caps, 1 standard 4 ft shop light, 2 eye
bolts, and 2- 4ft plant grow lights.

The total cost was $43.58.

It worked great! I hung the light with a chain on a S hook so I could adjust the height of the light from the plants.
Grow Light Stand Plantlightstand

Grow Light Stand Growlightstand

Now's the time to get started on getting a head start on sprouting some seeds, and this is a great way to help your seedlings get the light they need so they don't become leggy and long.

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