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Old 03-09-2019, 10:36 AM #1
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How much do you harvest with 600 hps ?

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I use 3 gallon jars,

With one month of growth I cultivate critical + 2.0 variety of dinafem it's a BigBud X skunk cross

I can never exceed 0.5 grams per watt

I have 6X600 watt, I would like to test the gram watt, or 0.8 / 0.9 gram per watt

I work with feminized seeds

Do you have any advice?

How much do you harvest 600W
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Old 03-10-2019, 02:07 AM #2
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Hi friends ,
HELLO

HELLO
I use 3 gallon jars,

With one month of growth I cultivate critical + 2.0 variety of dinafem it's a BigBud X skunk cross

I can never exceed 0.5 grams per watt

I have 6X600 watt, I would like to test the gram watt, or 0.8 / 0.9 gram per watt

I work with feminized seeds

Do you have any advice?

How much do you harvest 600W
Bone dry 12z from 600watt, Veg 4 week from seed, 5 plants per a light. Coco, hand watered like soil, No PK just bloom

Tell me more about your grow mate
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Old 03-10-2019, 02:12 AM #3
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Also sorry mate forgot that was with incredible bulk - Pretty shit to be fair I've hit 0.75g a watt before but that was running an opticlimate with co2.

It's about environment, Lights, Food
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Start from the start.

Thats a load of 600watt. How hot does it get in your room, an your humidity?. There are alot of things that can effect your yield. Critical 2.0 should be a good strain to produce some weight.
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I run a cross between Amnesia and a local Florida strain call Triangle Trip. My last harvest was 22.6 zips 640g dry under a 600. And another 21.7 zips 619g of Super Silver Haze under a second 600.

I run flood and drain in clay pellets using Maxi Bloom dry nutrients with Liquid Kool bloom and Mammoth P for additives. I also supplement with CO2.

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Hi friends

my temperature the day is 24 and the night 18/19
I use a range of organic mineral fertilizer called top crop
I grow 9 plants per lamp 600 watt
3 rows of 3 on Per 1.44 square meter

I don’t use co2

You think in soil it’s not possible if you don’t have co2 for frame per watt ?

I have see in the web grower take a gram per watt but for me it’s very difficult
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Mabey larger containers with some lst, or topping to increase the number of tops. Canopy management is imperative. Running clones instead of seeds also helps
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My best result from the 600 was 400g. Bare bulb, 8 plants from seed, vegged 8 weeks flowered in a vertical doughnut for 12 weeks.

Every room has it's own issues and strain selection makes a big difference with yield. A 7 or 8 week strain will increase your yearly yield compared to a 12 weeker. I retired the 600 after 14 years and I've switched to led.
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I'm running 2x 315w CMH in 2.5' x 5', with an organic soil bed. It's my first round in this set up and I'm only 3wk in, but I think I'll probably be in the 15-18oz range off 3 random seed plants.

I think with the right clone run, 2# is perhaps not unrealistic. Even without Co2.

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Mabey larger containers with some lst, or topping to increase the number of tops. Canopy management is imperative. Running clones instead of seeds also helps
^^What he said^^ Increase your pot size to 5gal for indoor grows. 3gal is for keeping things in check. Take the "choker" off and watch 'em thrive
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